миррис [бот.] ; мирра [бот.]
- And when it has been well washed and made clean, ye shall dry it well, and anoint it with this myrrh and balsam, from these golden caskets, from head to foot, so that every part shall be anointed, till none be left.
- And when they were come into the house, they saw the young child with Mary his mother, and fell down and worshipped him; and when they had opened their treasures, they presented unto him gifts: gold and frankincense and myrrh.
- Then he called for the caskets of gold in which was the balsam and the myrrh which the Soldan of Persia had sent him; and when these were put before him he bade them bring him the golden cup, of which he was wont to drink; and he took of that balsam and of that myrrh as much as a little spoon-full, and mingled it in the cup with rose-water and drank of it; and for the seven days which he lived he neither ate nor drank aught else than a little of that myrrh and balsam mingled with water.
- Piles of aromatic substances such as frankincense, myrrh, juniper and cypress were burnt in the city squares during important festivals to purify the air and to allow the common people to enjoy breathing in the aromatic smoke.
- He and his colleagues were intrigued by the aromas of cedarwood and myrrh which were still perceptible on the inner bandages after nearly 3,000 years!
- The psychologists would be in the manger with the TV crews, evaluating them on the basis of their offerings - gold, frankincense and myrrh.
- The poem is deliberately unconventional: no mention of gold, frankincense, and myrrh.
- With gold and frankincense and myrrh.
- "I have come into my garden, my sister, my bride; I have gathered my myrrh with my spice."
- And the body of the Cid was prepared after this manner: first it was embalmed and anointed as the history hath already recounted, and the virtue of the balsam and myrrh was such that the flesh remained firm and fair, having its natural colour, and his countenance as it was wont to be, and the eyes open, and his long beard in order, so that there was not a man who would have thought him dead if he had seen him and not known it.
- From their travels in the Far East, they brought back many potent aromatics which included sandalwood, cassia, camphor, nutmeg, myrrh and cloves.
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