What is another word for ester?

Pronunciation: [ˈɛstə] (IPA)

Ester is a type of organic compound that is often used in the manufacture of fragrances, flavors, and plastics. Some common synonyms for ester include ethanoate, carboxylate, and acyl. Ethanoate is derived from the chemical name of the compound, ethanoic acid, while carboxylate is a term used for the salt or ester of a carboxylic acid. Acyl refers to any organic compound that contains a carbonyl group bonded to a carbon atom, which includes esters. Other synonyms for ester include alkyl ester, alkanoyl ester, and fatty acid ester. These terms are used to describe specific types of esters based on their chemical structure and composition.

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    • Proper noun, singular
      esther, estonians.

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Usage examples for Ester

I hope Tom Mary Caroline, and ester are quite well.
"John Leech, His Life and Work. Vol. 1"
William Powell Frith
It was well for her that, no matter how warm, and vexed, and out of order ester might be, she never reached the point in which her voice could take other than a loving tone in speaking to Minnie; for Minnie, besides being a precious little blessing in herself, was the child of ester's oldest sister, whose home was far away in a Western graveyard, and the little girl had been with them since her early babyhood, three years before.
"Ester Ried"
Pansy (aka. Isabella M. Alden)
"I would in a minute, ester, only I've brought Florence Vane home with me, and I should not know what to do with her in the meantime.
"Ester Ried"
Pansy (aka. Isabella M. Alden)

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