urticant

[ur-ti-kuh nt]

Origin of urticant

1865–70; < Medieval Latin urtīcant- (stem of urtīcāns), present participle of urtīcāre to sting. See urticate
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urticant in Medicine

urticant

[ûrtĭ-kənt]
adj.
  1. Causing itching or stinging.
n.
  1. A substance that causes itching or stinging.
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