ladanum


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ladanum

(lăd′n-əm)
n.
Variant of labdanum.
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He lists six items for his sons to take along as a present to "the man" in Egypt, with the hope of influencing the latter's treatment of Israel's sons: Balm, honey, gum, ladanum, pistachio nuts, and almonds--all choice fruits of the land.
Chapter 37 of the book of Genesis mentions ladanum (mastic), a resin derived from the Pistacia lentiscus tree, which has been used in Mediterranean countries for breath freshening for thousands of years.
the beard of the Arabian she-goat that we call ladanum ...