Greek759. aroma -- a spice ...
, perfume. Word Origin of uncertain origin Definition
NASB Word Usage spices
(4). sweet spice
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Strong's Hebrew1314. bosem -- spice, balsam, the balsam tree...
Word Origin from an unused word Definition spice
, balsam, the balsam tree NASB Word
Usage balsam (3), fragrant (2), spice
(22), sweet perfume (1). ... /hebrew/1314.htm - 6k
5561. sam -- spice (used in incense)
... Word Origin from an unused word Definition spice (used in incense) NASB Word Usage
fragrant (12), fragrant spices (1), spices (2), sweet (1). sweet spice. ...
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5219. nekoth -- (a spice) perhaps tragacanth gum
... Definition: gum. Word Origin from naka Definition (a spice) perhaps tragacanth
gum NASB Word Usage aromatic gum (2). spices. From nake ...
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7543. raqach -- to mix or compound oil or ointment
... blended (1), mix (1), mix in the spices (1), perfumer (3), perfumer's (1), perfumers'*
(1), prepared (1). apothecary, compound, make ointment, prepare, spice. ...
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... my garden, my sister, my spouse; I have gathered my myrrh with my spice; I have ... my
garden, my sister spouse; I have gathered my myrrhs with my spices; I have ...
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The Embalming of the Body of Jesus.
... The holy women held the vases, sponges, linen, unction, and spices, according as
required ... the large wounds made by the nails with this ointment or sweet spice. ...
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The Joy of Unbroken Communion
... She is ready for any experience: the north wind and the south may blow upon her
garden, if only the spices thereof may ... I have gathered My myrrh with My spice; ...
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"My Garden" --"His Garden"
... Then comes love; and again I must ask,"Is there to be found anywhere a sweeter spice
than this,"the love ... These, then, are some of the saints' sweet spices. ...
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Of the Priesthood of Aaron.
... weight of cinnamon and calamus [this last is a sort of sweet spice]; to beat ... There
were also many, and those of various kinds, of sweet spices, that belonged ...
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The Church the Garden of Christ, Cant. 4 12 14 15, and 5 1
... 2 Like trees of myrrh and spice we stand, Planted by God the Father's hand; And ... 4
Make our best spices flow abroad To entertain our Saviour God: And faith, and ...
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The Church the Garden of Christ. Ss 4:12-15; 5:01
... Out of the world's wide wilderness. Like trees of myrrh and spice we stand,. ... A gracious
gale on plants beneath. Make our best spices flow abroad,. ...
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A Farther Quotation from virgilius Maro Respecting Christ, with ...
... Bag.] "Assyrian cinnamon," Kennedy, p. 28; "the cardamon's spice shall grow, That
from Assyria's gardens," Wilstach, 1, p. 157; "Syrian spices," Trapp, 1, p. 92 ...
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The Nations of the South-East
... from the southern coasts of the Arabian peninsula, and the precious spices had been ...
The culture had spread from the spice-bearing lands of the south, where it ...
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... most sweet spices when it was wounded under the knotty whips, and when it was pierced
by the nails on the cross; but see, it giveth forth its best spice when ...
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Smith's Bible DictionarySpices Spice
- Heb. basam, besem or bosem . In (Solomon 5:1) "I have gathered my myrrh with my spice," the word points apparently to some definite substance. In the other places, with the exception perhaps of (Solomon 1:13; 6:2) the words refer more generally to sweet aromatic odors, the principal of which was that of the balsam or balm of Gilead; the tree which yields this substance is now generally admitted to be the Balsam-odendron opobalsamum . The balm of Gilead tree grows in some parts of Arabia and Africa, and is seldom more than fifteen feet high, with straggling branches and scanty foliage. The balsam is chiefly obtained from incisions in the bark, but is procured also from the green and ripe berries.
- Necoth . (Genesis 37:25; 43:11) The most probable explanation is that which refers the word to the Arabic nakuat i.e. "the gum obtained from the tragacanth" (Astragalus).
- Sammim , a general term to denote those aromatic substances which were used in the preparation of the anointing oil, the incense offerings, etc. The spices mentioned as being used by Nicodemus for the preparation of our Lord's body, (John 19:39,40) are "myrrh and aloes," by which latter word must be understood not the aloes of medicine, but the highly-scented wood of the Aquilaria agallochum .
Spices in the Formula for the Sacred Oil
Spices used in the Embalming of Asa
Spices used in the Temple
Spices: Exported from Gilead
Spices: Prepared for Embalming the Corpse of Jesus
Spices: Presented by the Queen of Sheba to Solomon
Spices: Sent As a Present by Jacob to Joseph
Spices: Sold in the Marketplaces of Tyre
Spices: Stores of
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