-caine

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See also: càine and câine

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From German -kain, extracted from the word Kokain (cocaine), because cocaine was formerly used as a local anaesthetic

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-caine

  1. (organic chemistry, pharmacology) A synthetic alkaloid used as a local anesthetic.

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