copal

[n] - a brittle aromatic resin used in varnishes
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Copal

• A resinous substance flowing spontaneously from trees of Zanzibar, Madagascar, and South America (Trachylobium Hornemannianum, T. verrucosum, and Hymenaea Courbaril), and dug from earth where forests have stood in Africa; -- used chiefly in making varnishes. • A resinous product of the kauri, found in the form of yellow or brown l...
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copal

noun a brittle aromatic resin used in varnishes
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Copal

Co'pal (kō'p a l; 277), [ Spanish , from Mexican copalli , a generic name of resins. Clavigero .] A resinous substance flowing spontaneously from trees of Zanzibar, Madagascar, and South America ( Trachylobium Hornemannianum , T. verrucosum , and Hymenæa Courbaril ), and dug fro...
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copal

A hard resin used in making varnishes and painting mediums.
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copal

any of various varnish resins, consisting of the exudates obtained from various tropical trees. The name copal was probably derived from the Nahuatl ...
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copal

Brittle aromatic yellow to red resins of recent or fossil origin, obtained from tropical trees.
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copal

Brittle aromatic yellow to red resins of recent or fossil origin, obtained from tropical trees.
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copal

Brittle aromatic yellow to red resins of recent or fossil origin, obtained from tropical trees.
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Copal

Copal is a generic term for a number of naturally occurring resins used in varnish where they are dissolved in alcohol or turpentine. In general copal is hard, shining, transparent, and citron-coloured. Indian copal, known in England aa gum anime, is produced by Vateria Indica; Madagascar copal from Hymenoea verrucosa; Brazilian copal from several ...
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Copal

type of resin produced by plant or tree secretions, particularly identified with the forms of aromatic tree resins used by the cultures of pre-Columbian Mesoamerica as a ceremonially burned incense, as well as for a number of other purposes.
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