myrrhic

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myrrh +‎ -ic.

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myrrhic ‎(not comparable)

  1. Of, related to, or derived from myrrh.
    • 1898, “6306. Thompson, W. P. [Flügge, R.]. April 13.”, Patents for Inventions: Abridgments of Specifications. Class 76. Leather, including Treatment of Hides and Skins, London: Patent Office, OCLC 83595677, page 90:
      Corpses, treatment of.—A solution of myrrhic resin is obtained by treating powdered myrrh []
  2. (poetic) Having a pleasant fragrance; aromatic.

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