coccogˈnidic, cocˈcognic Chem.
[f. L. coccum berry + trivial name of Daphne Gnidium, a species of Mezereon, named from Gnidus or Cnidus, an ancient town of Caria.]
In c. acid, an acid, crystallizing in quadrangular colourless prisms, obtained from the seeds of Daphne Gnidium.
1863–72 in Watts Dict. Chem. I. 1060.

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