An aromatic gum resin similar to myrrh, produced by certain Asian and African shrubs or trees of the genus Commiphora.(noun)
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Use "bdellium" in a sentence
"It may be noticed that the resemblance of the manna to coriander seed was not in the color, but in the size and figure; and from its comparison to bdellium, which is either a drop of white gum or"
""bdellium" mentioned by Moses in Genesis is a perfuming gum, resembling frankincense, if not identical with it."
"Parivartan Sharma/Reuters Smoke from bdellium rose from a roadside stall in New Delhi, Tuesday."