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bdellium

bdellium (dĕl´ēəm), 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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bdellium

bdel·li·um / ˈdelēəm/ • n. a fragrant resin produced by a number of trees related to myrrh, used in perfumes.

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