Examples from the Web for thiamin
I've been fighting shock with thiamin for the last hour, but I don't think I can hold out much longer.Bear Trap|Alan Edward Nourse
British Dictionary definitions for thiamin
Word Origin for thiamine
Word Origin and History for thiamin
also thiamine, alternative name for vitamin B1, 1937, coined by U.S. chemist Dr. Robert R. Williams (1886-1965) from thio-, indicating the presence of sulfur, comb. form of Greek theion "sulfur," + amine, indicating the amino group. Or the second element might be from vitamin.