arginine

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From German Arginin, perhaps from Ancient Greek ἀργινόεις (arginoeis, brightly-shining, white).

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arginine (countable and uncountable, plural arginines)

  1. An amino acid found in animal foods that plays an important role in several physiological processes.

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arginine f

  1. plural form of arginina

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