resinate

[verb rez-uh-neyt; noun rez-uh-nit, -neyt]
noun
  1. Chemistry. any of the salts of the acids found in rosin.

Origin of resinate

1830–40; resin + -ate1 (for def 1), -ate2 (for def 2)
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resinate

verb
  1. (tr) to impregnate with resin
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Word Origin and History for resinate
v.

"impregnate with resin," 1891, from resin + -ate (2). Related: Resinated; resinating.

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