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tiglic

[ tig-lik ]
/ ˈtɪg lɪk /
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adjective Chemistry.
of or derived from tiglic acid.
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Also tig·lin·ic [ti-glin-ik]. /tɪˈglɪn ɪk/.

Origin of tiglic

1870–75; <New Latin tigl(ium) croton-oil plant (said to be <Greek tîl(os) watery excrement + New Latin -ium-ium) + -ic
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