a large octagonal design derived from the shape of a rose, a motif on Oriental rugs.
a flower, especially a rose.
[guhm] /gʌm/ noun 1. any of various viscid, amorphous exudations from plants, hardening on exposure to air and soluble in or forming a viscid mass with water. 2. any of various similar exudations, as resin. 3. a preparation of such a substance, as for use in the arts or bookbinding. 4. . 5. mucilage; glue. […]
- Gum accroides
/əˈkrɔɪdiːz/ noun 1. another name for acaroid gum
noun 1. a brownish-yellow gum resin, having an acrid taste, occurring in tearlike fragments from a plant, Dorema ammoniacum, of western Asia: used in porcelain ceramics and in medicine as an expectorant and counterirritant. noun 1. another name for ammoniac2
noun 1. a water-soluble, gummy exudate obtained from the acacia tree, especially Acacia senegal, used as an emulsifier, an adhesive, in inks, and in pharmaceuticals. noun 1. a gum exuded by certain acacia trees, esp Acacia senegal: used in the manufacture of ink, food thickeners, pills, emulsifiers, etc Also called acacia, gum acacia gum arabic […]