Definition of aesculetin in English:

aesculetin

(also aesculetine, esculetin)

noun

Chemistry
  • A bitter crystalline substance formed by the hydrolysis of aesculin, of which it is the aglycone.

Origin

Mid 19th century; earliest use found in The Chemical Gazette. From classical Latin aesculus + -etin, after German Aesculetin.

Pronunciation:

aesculetin

/ˌiːskjʊˈliːtɪn//ˌɛskjʊˈliːtɪn/