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Definition of the noun margarin

What does margarin mean as a name of something?

noun - plural: margarins

  1. a glyceryl ester of margaric acid
  2. a spread made chiefly from vegetable oils and used as a substitute for butter
    • lexical domain: Foods & Drinks - nouns denoting foods and drinks
    • alternative spelling: margarine
    • synonyms of margarin: marge / oleo / oleomargarine
    • more generic words: paste / spread = a tasty mixture to be spread on bread or crackers or used in preparing other dishes
    • more specific word: stick = a rectangular quarter pound block of butter or margarine
    • substances:
      • vegetable oil / oil = any of a group of liquid edible fats that are obtained from plants
      • trans fatty acid = a fatty acid that has been produced by hydrogenating an unsaturated fatty acid

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Google previewHandbook for attendants on the insane (1909)

Provided the fats used are clean and fresh, margarin is a most wholesome and cheap article of diet, for the process of manufacture is scientific, and it is never touched by hand. Cheese is made from milk coagulated by rennet and squeezed.

Google previewFannie Farmer 1896 Cook Book (2012)

by Fannie Merritt Farmer

Margarin is a mixture of stearin and palmitin. The fatty acids are formed of stearin, olein, and palmitin, with glycerine as the base. Examples: stearic, palmitic, and oleic acid. Butyric acid is acid found in butter. These are not sour to the taste, but ...

Google previewOriginal 1896 Boston Cooking-School Cook Book (1896)

by Fannie Merritt Farmer

Margarin is a mixture of stearin and palmitin. The fatty acids are formed of stearin, olein, and palmitin, with glycerine as the base. Examples: stearic, palmitic, and Oleic acid. Butyric acid is acid found in butter. These are not sour to the taste, but ...

Google previewThe Boston Cooking School Cook Book (2013)

by Fannie Merritt Farmer

Margarin is a mixture of stearin and palmitin. The fatty acids are formed of stearin, olein, and palmitin, with glycerine as the base. Examples: stearic, palmitic, and oleic acid. Butyric acid is acid found in butter. These are not sour to the taste, but ...

Google previewUrological Dictionary (1878)

Containing an Explanation of Numerous Technical Terms; the Qualitative and Quantitative Methods Employed in Urinary Investigations ... by John King

Thus, it is recognized that the suet of beef, for instance, is composed of three substances,—-stearin, margarin, and olein. Two of these substances are solid and melt only at an elevated temperature; the third, olein, is a fluid substance, 9. limpid ...

Google previewThe Packers' Encyclopedia (1922)

Blue Book of the American Meat Packing and Allied Industries; a Hand-book of Modern Packing House Practice, a Statistical Manual of the Meat and Allied Industries, and a Directory of the Meat Packing, Provision, Sausage Manufacturing, Rendering and Affiliated Trades by Paul I. Aldrich

This process produces a manufactured product which will substitute for and even excel the natural and necessarily limited supply of animal fats for lard compound, margarin, soaps, etc. The product is fully as nutritious as a food as the natural ...

Google previewThe American Family Encyclopedia of Useful Knowledge, Or Book of 7223 Receipts and Facts (1856)

A Whole Library of Subjects Useful to Every Individual ... by Thomas Webster, Mrs. William Parkes

Margarin is distinguished by its greater fusibility, its being more soluble in cold ethers, and the necessity of evaporation to procure it from such solution, ...

Google previewThe Encyclopedia of Chemistry, Practical and Theoretical (1862)

Embracing Its Application to the Arts, Metallurgy, Mineralogy, Geology, Medicine, and Pharmacy

MARGARIN. Formula C74H,40!V A. solid crystalline constituent of fats, especially those of vegetable origin, though it is also largely...

Google previewFirst Outlines of a Dictionary of Solubilities of Chemical Substances (1864)

by Frank Humphreys Storer

Margarin. Margarate of Lead.

Google previewA Dictionary of Modern English Usage (2010)

The Classic First Edition by H. W. Fowler, David Crystal

margarin(e). The pronunciation marj- instead of marg- is clearly wrong, & is not even mentioned in the OED as an ...

Google previewA General Dictionary, Historical and Critical (1735)

In which a New and Accurate Translation of that of ... Mr. Bayle, with the Corrections and Observations Printed in the Late Edition at Paris, is Included and Interspersed with Several Thousand Lives Never Before Published. The Whole Containing the History of the Most Illustrious Persons of All Ages and Nations ... With Reflections on Such Passages of Mr. Bayle, as Seem to Favor Scepticism and the Manichee System by Pierre Bayle

See Navarre Margarin, Cornelius Margunius, Maximus Mariana, John Marillac, Charles de Marillac, Lewis de Marinella or Marinelli, Lucretia Marinello, John Marius HEquicola Marius or le Marie, Hieronymus. See Massarius to Marlborough, ...

Google previewPocket Medical Dictionary (1999)

by B. Jain Publishers Staff

Dirty white or yellowish masses, consisting chiefly of fatty detritus, microorganisms, and crystals of margarin; ...

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Scrabble value of M3A1R1G2A1R1I1N1

The value of this 8-letter word is 11 points. It is included in the first and second editions of the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.

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