Meaning of daturine in English:

daturine

Pronunciation /dəˈtjʊəriːn/ /dəˈtʃʊəriːn/

noun

Chemistry
  • A poisonous alkaloid obtained from the seeds of the thorn apple, Datura stramonium, and other plants, later identified with hyoscyamine.

    In early use, some authors identified daturine with atropine.

Origin

Early 19th century. From datura + -ine, after German Daturin.