Cinchonic Cin*chon"ic, a. Belonging to, or obtained from, cinchona. --Mayne. [1913 Webster]

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  • κιγχονικός — ή, ό 1. (για φάρμακα) αυτός που περιέχει κιγχόνη ή αναφέρεται σ αυτήν 2. φρ. (βιοχ.) «κιγχονικό οξύ» οργανικό οξύ που προέρχεται από το κιγχομερονικό οξύ. [ΕΤΥΜΟΛ. Μεταφορά στην ελλ. ξεν. όρου, πρβλ. αγγλ. cinchonic < cinchon (πρβλ. κιγχόνη) + …   Dictionary of Greek

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