one of the sweet spices used in the holy incense of the ancient Hebrews. Ex. 30:34.
(Old Testament) one of several sweet-smelling spices used in incense (Exodus 30:34)
(Heb. nataph), one of the components of the perfume which was offered on the golden altar (Ex. 30:34; R.V. marg., “opobalsamum”). The Hebrew word is from a root meaning “to distil,” and it has been by some interpreted as distilled myrrh. Others regard it as the gum of the storax tree, or rather shrub, the Styrax officinale. “The Syrians value this gum highly, and use it medicinally as an emulcent in pectoral complaints, and also in perfumery.”
noun 1. stalagmometer.
noun 1. a male or female given name.
noun 1. the lower part of a stack of hay or the like. 2. a supporting frame for a stack, or a platform on which a stack is placed. 3. any supporting framework or base. noun 1. a support or prop, esp a low flat-topped stone structure for supporting hay or corn stacks about two […]
/ˈstædəlˌstəʊn/ noun 1. (formerly) one of several supports for a hayrick, consisting of a truncated conical stone surmounted by a flat circular stone