Definition of morindin in English:

morindin

noun

Chemistry
  • An orange-red glycoside of morindone which is present in the roots of morindas and in certain other trees, and has been used as a dye.

Origin

Mid 19th century. From scientific Latin Morinda + -in.

Pronunciation

morindin

/məˈrɪndɪn//mɒˈrɪndɪn/