Definition of Mannites

1. mannite [n] - See also: mannite



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Mannites

manners
mannich bases
mannide
mannies
mannikin
mannikins
manning
mannish
mannishly
mannishness
mannishnesses
mannitan
mannitate
mannitates
mannite
mannites (current term)
mannitic
mannitol
mannitol - mannose 1-oxidoreductase
mannitol dehydrogenase
mannitol hexanitrate
mannitol phosphates
mannitols
mannitose
mannoheptulose
mannokinase
mannomustine
mannonate
mannonates
mannopeptimycin

Literary usage of Mannites

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1. Transactions of the Philological Society by Philological Society (Great Britain) (1898)
"... the market-da;/, the weekly market, 50. 2 (codd. 1-6 ; cod. 7 etc. have maintes, mannites, manita, ..."

2. Die Chemie Der Zuckerarten by Edmund O. “von” Lippmann (1904)
"... gegenüber dem nur geringen des mannites und seiner Analoga zeigt; sodann jener, der in zahlreichen Fällen auf Zusatz von Borax und ..."

3. Hakluytus Posthumus: Contayning a History of the World in Sea Voyages and by Samuel Purchas (1905)
"mannites. Armenians. There are also in the Holy Land and the East parts Jacobites, so called of one James a Disciple of the Pat- ..."

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