Definition of Resinate

1. Verb. Impregnate with resin to give a special flavor to. "Greek wines are often resinated"

Category relationships: Viniculture, Viticulture
Generic synonyms: Flavor, Flavour, Season
Derivative terms: Resin



Definition of Resinate

1. n. Any one of the salts the resinic acids.

Definition of Resinate

1. Verb. To treat with resin, e.g. by impregnation in order to impart flavour, typically of wine. ¹

2. Noun. (organic chemistry) Any salt of a resin acid ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Resinate

1. to resin [v -ATED, -ATING, -ATES] - See also: resin

Medical Definition of Resinate

1. Any one of the salts the resinic acids. Source: Websters Dictionary (01 Mar 1998)

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Resinate

resilitions
resilver
resilvered
resilvering
resilvers
resimulation
resimulations
resin
resin acid
resin acids
resin cement
resin cements
resinaceous
resinata
resinatas
resinate (current term)
resinated
resinates
resinating
resined
resiner
resiners
resines
resing
resinic
resinic acids
resiniferatoxin
resiniferous
resinification
resinifications

Literary usage of Resinate

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1. The Manufacture of Varnishes and Kindred Industries Based on and Including by John Geddes McIntosh (1908)
"G. Boiled Oil from the Manganese resinate of White Angola Copal.—Two per cent. of the resinate was made use of, and did not dissolve quite completely in ..."

2. Drying Oils, Boiled Oil, & Solid & Liquid Driers: A Practical Work for by Louis Edgar Andrés (1901)
"Preparation of lead-manganese resinate.—This substance is obtained by melting 100 parts of rosin with 6 parts of litharge and 2 parts of manganic hydrate in ..."

3. Allen's Commercial Organic Analysis: A Treatise on the Properties, Modes of by Alfred Henry Allen (1911)
"4, 303) has written as follows respecting the valuation of resinate driers. The most active, and a priori the most useful drier is that in which the highest ..."

4. Solvents, Oils, Gums, Waxes and Allied Substances by Frederic Sackett Hyde (1913)
"Now, if 0.25 per cent represents (8 per cent mixed oxides in resinate added, then the equivalent of resinate, as such, would be found by the proportion 0.25 ..."

5. A Study on Colophony Resin by Hermann Andreas Loos (1900)
"Warm solutions in which the tendency to form acid salts is greatest, give the best quality of resinate color. Cold solutions give irregular products and ..."

6. The American Chemist by Charles Frederick Chandler (1873)
"It is known that resin in combination with potash or soda, forms a- resinate which gives an abundant froth with water; this property joined with the ..."

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