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an·tho·cy·a·nin(ăn′thō-sī′ə-nĭn) also an·tho·cy·an (-sī′ən, -ăn′)
Any of various flavonoid glycoside pigments that impart red, purple, and blue colors to plant parts and are found in berries and other fruits, red wine, and certain vegetables.
(Biochemistry) any of a class of water-soluble glycosidic pigments, esp those responsible for the red and blue colours in flowers. They are closely related to vitamins E and P
[C19: from antho- + -cyanin, from Greek kuanos dark blue]
an•tho•cy•a•nin(ˌæn θəˈsaɪ ə nɪn)
also an•tho•cy•an(-ˈsaɪ ən)
any of a class of water-soluble pigments that give flowers the colors ranging from red to blue.