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A highly poisonous glycoprotein present in the seeds (jequirity beans) of the jequirity or Indian liquorice, Abrus precatorius.
Late 19th century. From scientific Latin Abrus, genus name, specific use of post-classical Latin abrus, both denoting the plant jequirity + -in.
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