Translation of strychnine in Spanish:

strychnine

estricnina, n.

Pronunciation /ˈstrɪkniːn//ˈstrɪkˌnaɪn//ˈstrɪn//ˈstrɪkˌnin/

noun

  • 1

    estricnina feminine
    • Are strychnine or warfarin poisons or noxious things?
    • Some medicines used during the Civil War now are known to be poisons, including arsenic and strychnine.
    • Her weapon of choice was arsenic or strychnine, poison which she bought from a chemist in Turffontein.
    • Others combined wine with strychnine, a poison used as a stimulant in small amounts.
    • For example, potatoes contain solanine, mushrooms have strychnine, apples and apricots have cyanide.