caprin

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caprin (uncountable)

  1. (organic chemistry) The triglyceride of capric acid; a constituent of butterfat

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French Wikipedia has an article on:
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Borrowed from Latin caprīnus. Compare chèvre.

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caprin (feminine singular caprine, masculine plural caprins, feminine plural caprines)

  1. caprine

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caprin m (plural caprins)

  1. caprid, goat antelope
  2. goat, domestic goat

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Borrowed from French caprin.

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caprin m, n (feminine singular caprină, masculine plural caprini, feminine and neuter plural caprine)

  1. caprine, goatlike

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