Algum



a Biblical tree, possibly the red sandalwood. II Chron. 2:8.
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No Jewish lexicon tells us of almug or algum trees; no Hebrew writer undertakes to describe them.
Prehistoric Structures of Central America Martin Ingham Townsend

(2 Chr. 2:8; 9:10,11), the same as almug (1 Kings 10:11).

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