Definition of adalin in English:

adalin

(also adaline)

noun

Pharmacology historical
rare
  • A carbamate compound used as a sedative and hypnotic drug.

Origin

Early 20th century; earliest use found in The British Medical Journal. From German Adalin, of unknown origin (originally a trade name).

Pronunciation:

adalin

/ˈad(ə)lɪn//ˈadəlɪn/