Agalloch

Ag'al·loch A*gal'lo*chum noun [ Greek ..., of Eastern origin: confer Sanskrit aguru , Hebrew plural ahālīm .] A soft, resinous wood ( Aquilaria Agallocha ) of highly aromatic smell, burnt by the orientals as a perfume. It is called also agalwood ...
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Agalloch

• (n.) Alt. of Agallochum
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agalloch

agalloch (ugăl'uk) : see aloes.
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Agalloch

==History== ===Formation and early years (1995–1997)=== Agalloch began as the creation of John Haughm and Shane Breyer, named after the resinous wood of the Agarwood (Aquilaria agallocha). In early 1996, the duo began producing songs and, during the summer, Don Anderson joined the band to further refine the material. These songs would later beco...
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agalloch

eaglewood
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