Now updated for CSW19. New words, if any, and new inflections of existing words, are shown in red.
|a red alcohol-soluble resin.
|a translucent, usu. yellow, fossil resin, used for ornaments etc. and easily electrified by rubbing.
|embedded in amber; flavoured with AMBERGRIS.
|a gum resin.
|a resinoid coloring matter obtained from alkanet root.
|a tree resin. [Tupi wana'ni].
|an oily liquid derived from parsley.
|as in gum arabic.
|asafetida asafoetida assafetida
|an acrid gum resin with a strong smell like that of garlic.
|attar otto ottar
|a fragrant essential oil made from the damask rose.
|an oily or gummy resinous substance obtained from the exudations of various trees and used to soothe and heal; (verb) to soothe; to embalm.
|like balsam > BALSAMIER, BALSAMIEST.
|a fragrant gum resin from trees of the genus Commiphora.
|pertaining to, or obtained from, BENZOIN.
|a fragrant aromatic resin obtained from eastern Asian trees of the genus Styrax.
|a rare variety of CAMPHOR.
|cajaput cajeput cajuput kajeput
|a volatile oil, distilled from the leaves of an East Indian tree.
|camboge cambogia gamboge
|a gum resin obtained from the sap of trees of the genus Garcinia, used as a yellow pigment and as a cathartic.
|rectified oil of TURPENTINE, used for burning in lamps, and as a common solvent in varnishes.
|an old spelling of CAMPHOR.
|a rare variety of CAMPHOR, aka BORNEOL.
|a solid essential oil derived from camphor laurel. [Malay kapur].
|pertaining to CAMPHOR.
|a resin obtained from the dried leaves and flowers of the cannabis plant, containing the active principle of the drug.
|a red liquid or soft resin extracted from various species of CAPSICUM.
|a resinous substance yielded by various S. American trees.
|a thick oily liquid of a strong taste and disagreeable odor, obtained from oil of caraway.
|the insoluble portion of cherry-gum.
|the resinous exudation of hashish, a narcotic and intoxicant. Pl. CHARASES, CHURRUSES.
|a mixture of resins used in making perfume. [Fr. = Cyprus, where perh. orig. made].
|a fragrant resin.
|a transparent resin obtained from S American trees of the genus Copaifera. [Port. copaíba (whence Sp. copaiba) f. Tupi copaiba].
|a hard resin got from tropical trees. [Sp. f. Nahuatl copalli incense.]
|a hard resin used in making varnish. [Malay damar, resin].
|British gum, a gummy mixture obtained from starch.
|a fragrant resinous substance obtained from various tropical trees.
|a volatile, terpenelike oil extracted from the eucalyptus, and consisting largely of cymene.
|the resinous gum of certain succulent plants of the genus Euphorbia, formerly used as an emetic and purgative.
|a sweet-smelling resin from Arabia, used as incense; aka OLIBANUM.
|the hardened resin of a spruce tree.
|a gum resin exuding from the stems of certain Asiatic umbelliferous plants, mostly species of Ferula. [L. from Gk. chalbane, probably an Eastern word]. Pl. GALBANUMS.
|the turpentine that exudes from the cluster pine.
|pertaining to, resembling, or containing, GAMBOGE.
|a thin balsam or wood oil derived from an East Indian tree.
|gingeley gingeli gingelli gingelly gingely gingelly gingili jinjili
|the sesame seed or its oil.
|a kind of alkyd resin.
|the leaves, shoots and resin of hemp, smoked as an intoxicant.
|asafoetida, a fetid gum resin.
|an aromatic oil.
|a glucoside resin, one of the purgative principles of jalap.
|a red gum containing tannin, obtained from several tropical trees. Pl. KINOS.
|a gum resin gathered from certain Oriental species of Cistus. Also LADANUM.
|a dark red resin.
|a gum resin gathered from certain Oriental species of Cistus. Also LABDANUM.
|mastic mastich mastiche mastix
|a pale yellow gum resin from certain Mediterranean trees, used for varnish.
|a camphor obtained from oil of peppermint.
|as in montan wax, a hard wax obtained from peat and lignites, and used in polishes.
|a bitter aromatic resinous exudate from the stem of various Arabian and African trees.
|of, pertaining to, or obtained from, MYRRH.
|the volatile oil of MYRRH.
|like myrrh > MYRRHIER, MYRRHIEST.
|an oil distilled from orange flowers > NEROLIS.
|a solution of a resin in an oil.
|an aromatic gum from a N. African tree, formerly used in medicine but now chiefly as incense.
|balm of Gilead.
|an aromatic gum resin formerly used in medicine; now used in perfume and some incenses. [Gk. opos, juice + panax, a panacea].
|a cathartic resin obtained from the rhizomes of a fern .
|a kind of oil cake prepared from the coconut, and fed to cattle. [Tamil punnakku].
|the resin of tree buds collected by bees. Pl. PROPOLISES.
|any of a number of substances or products obtained from the sap of certain plants and trees; (verb) to impregnate with resin.
|to make or become a resin.
|to treat with resin. Also RESINISE.
|like or containing resin.
|having a luster resembling that of natural resin.
|by means, or in the manner, of resin.
|full of resin > RESINIER, RESINIEST
|roset rosit rozet rozit
|(Scots) rosin; (verb) to rosin.
|(Scots) like rosin.
|a resin obtained when turpentine is prepared from dead pine wood; (verb) to treat with rosin.
|to apply ROSIN to.
|of or like ROSIN.
|like ROSIN, or having its qualities > ROSINIER, ROSINIEST
|a colourless oily liquid obtained from SASSAFRAS and used in perfumes, soaps etc.
|a gum resin, the juice of Ferula persica, formerly used to stimulate menstruation and as an antispasmodic.
|the resin of a tropical tree, powdered to form pounce and used in making varnish. [L. sandaraca, from Gk. sandarake, -che].
|a thermoplastic resin.
|a Persian gum from Astragalus or other plants, reputed to heal wounds. [Gr sarkokolla, from sarx, sarkos, flesh, and kolla, glue].
|an aromatic oil or balsam yielded by an Indian valerianaceous herb.
|a sweet-smelling spice, liquid myrrh, used in incense by the ancient Hebrews. [Gk. staktos, dropping].
|any of several fragrant resinous exudations from certain trees such as the STYRAX and LIQUIDAMBAR.
|an aromatic gum, aka STORAX; the tree yielding this.
|tacamahac tacmahack takamaka
|a gum resin yielded by various tropical trees.
|a resinous liquid.
|frankincense. Pl. THUSES.
|a fragrant balsam said to have been first brought from Santiago de Tolu, in New Granada.
|a kind of gum procured from a spiny leguminous shrub (Astragalus gummifer) of Western Asia, and other species of Astragalus. It comes in hard whitish or yellowish flakes or filaments.
|a viscous resin, orig. that of the TEREBINTH tree, now generally of conifers; (verb) to treat or smear with turpentine.
|(short for) TURPENTINE >TURPSES.
|a poisonous and irritant oily liquid present in poison ivy and the lacquer tree. [Japanese urushi, lacquer + ol].
|the essential oil of the VETIVER, an East Indian grass.