bdellium

[n] - aromatic gum resin
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Bdellium

Bdel'lium noun [ Latin , from Greek bde`llion ; confer Hebrew b'dolakh bdellium (in sense 1).] 1. An unidentified substance mentioned in the Bible ( Gen. ii. 12 , and Num. xi. 7 ), variously taken to be a gum, a precious stone, or pearls, or perhaps a kind of ambe...
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bdellium

noun aromatic gum resin; similar to myrrh
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Bdellium

• (n.) A gum resin of reddish brown color, brought from India, Persia, and Africa. • (n.) An unidentified substance mentioned in the Bible (Gen. ii. 12, and Num. xi. 7), variously taken to be a gum, a precious stone, or pearls, or perhaps a kind of amber found in Arabia.
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Bdellium

Bdellium əm (Hebrew bedolach), also bdellion, is a semi-transparent balsam (oleo-gum resin) extracted from Commiphora wightii and from Commiphora africana trees growing in Ethiopia, Erythrea and sub-saharan Africa.{cn|date=September 2014} == Composition == Bdellium consists of a water-soluble gum, a resin and an essential oil. The essential oil o...
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bdellium

bdellium (del'ēum) , aromatic gum resin obtained from trees of the genus Commiphora (Balsamodendron of the incense-tree family). It is similar to myrrh. Bdellium is used in medicines and perfumes.
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