Bee gum

a gum tree, hollowed especially by decay, in which bees live or from which hives are made.
a beehive.
Historical Examples

Dave Jones bought a bee gum of honey and had a time getting out the honey, with all the crowd assisting.
A History of Lumsden’s Battery, C.S.A. George Little


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