|NOUN || a terebinth | terebinths |
|SYNO ||Pistacia terebinthus | terebinth|
NOUN article.ind sg | pl
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- In 1968 a 68-dunam nature reserve was declared on the land south of the moshav. Flora includes Mt. Atlas mastic trees (terebinth), Valonia oaks, Palestine Oaks, Buckthorns, and "Styrax officinalis".
- Orician terebinth ("Oricia terebintho") is mentioned by Virgil and Sextus Propertius.
- The island's Greek name, Terebinthos, means "terebinth", which suggests a significant presence of the terebinth in earlier times.
- Forms of the tall oaks of the old Prussians were inhabited by gods who gave responses, and so numerous are the examples that the old Hebrew terebinth of the teacher, and the terebinth of the diviners may reasonably be placed in this category.
- The island's Greek name, "Terebinthos", means "turpentine", which suggests a significant presence of the turpentine tree or terebinth in earlier times.
- 8:22 could not possibly be that of Gilead, and considered it as the resin drawn from the terebinth.
- The name was used in the King James Version of the Bible for the Hebrew word "elah", a word that more modern translations translate as "terebinth" or "oak" – this seems to be the chief source of Web references to the name, but the linden tree does not grow in the middle east in present-day where the Bible verses are describing now.
- Haarlem oil (...), also called medicamentum gratia probatum, is a dietary supplement. The potion is a mixture of sulfur, herbs and terebinth oil. It is produced in Haarlem, Netherlands.
- In Hebrew the name Ayla is commonly said to mean "terebinth tree" or "oak tree" from the words "ela/אֵלָה" and "alon/אַלּוֹן" respectively.
- Terebinth pistachio ("Pistacia terebinthus" L.), and wild oat ("Avena" sp.) being recovered after likely being collected and processed by the previous inhabitants.
- The insides of amphorae were often coated with a preservative resin, such as from the "terebinth", and this imparted a pine flavor and aroma to the wine.
- The larvae have been recorded feeding on "Pistacia atlantica" and terebinth ("Pistacia terebinthus"). Larvae have also been reared on "Cotinus coggygria" and "Rhus coriaria".
- Tremithia (Terebinth: "Pistacia terebinthus") is a tree that was found in large quantities in the surrounding area. Thus the name Tremithousa implies an area that is filled with Terebinth trees. Indeed, in the old times the village was known for its production of “Pafitiki Pissa” (gum of Pafos) (Cypriot Greek: Παφίτικη Πίσσα), which is made out of the resin of the Terebinth tree.
- One theory holds that "balata" is a derivation of the Aramaic word "Balut", meaning "acorn"; another theory holds that it is a derivation of the Byzantine-Roman era, from the Greek word "platanos", meaning "terebinth", a type of tree that grew around the spring of Balata.
- Terebinth from Oricum is referred to in Virgil's Aeneid, Book 10, line 136, where Ascanius in battle is compared to "ivory skilfully inlaid in [...] Orician terebinth" ("inclusum[...] Oricia terebintho [...] ebur").
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