An unidentified material pointed out within the Bible Gen ii 12 and Num xi 7 variously taken up to be a gum a precious stone or pearls or simply a type of emerald found in Arabia
- fragrant gum resin; just like myrrh
- An unidentified material pointed out when you look at the Bible (Gen. ii. 12, and Num. xi. 7), variously taken up to be a gum, a precious stone, or pearls, or a kind of amber present in Arabia.
- A gum resin of reddish-brown color, brought from Asia, Persia, and Africa.
An aromatic gum, like myrrh, which exuded from a tree. The spelling above is not a typo, it is like the just words that seems like it begins with a "D" but in fact begins with a "B".
(letter.) An unidentified substance mentioned within the Bible (Gen. ii. 12, and Num. xi. 7), variously taken to be a gum, a precious rock, or pearls, or a type of emerald found in Arabia.
- (letter.) A gum resin of reddish brown shade, introduced from Asia, Persia, and Africa.
Africanum, and like opaque bdellium lacks the white streaks which are characteristic of myrrh and bissa bol, both are acrid, but have scarcely any bitterness or aroma.