, μύρρα, the
myrrh-tree, an Arabian tree, of which myrrh was the sap: Dumferatetmurram (terra), O.— Myrrh, the gum of the myrrh-tree (used as
hairointment): crines murrā madentes, V., O.—Person., a daughter of
Cinyras, changed into a myrrhtree, O.
Lewis, Charlton, T. An Elementary Latin Dictionary. New York, Cincinnati, and Chicago. American Book Company. 1890.
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