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from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.

  • noun Any of several tropical Asian trees of the genus Aquilaria that produce an aromatic resin in response to fungal infection.
  • noun The wood of this tree when permeated by resin, used in traditional Asian medicine and valued as an ingredient in incense and perfumes.

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  • noun agalloch

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Examples

  • Is gaiac wood also called aloeswood, because my mom burns aloeswood incense sometimes Posted on 25 March 2009

    Now Smell This

  • Either way, aloeswood/jinko/eaglewood El Oud in Arabia would have to be apart of it as that is the prize aromatic material of them all in this part of the world.

    Scents of Time: An Interview with David Pybus. Part I. Historical and Ancient Perfumes

  • Either way, aloeswood/jinko/eaglewood El Oud in Arabia would have to be apart of it as that is the prize aromatic material of them all in this part of the world.

    Archive 2009-04-01

  • Some aloeswood perhaps peaks at the end, but again it does not feel authentic - it has that sweet berry note that seems to be the way agarwood is perceived nowadays ever since M7.

    Archive 2009-05-01

  • Some aloeswood perhaps peaks at the end, but again it does not feel authentic - it has that sweet berry note that seems to be the way agarwood is perceived nowadays ever since M7.

    Lotus Blossom & Water Lily

  • Through a blend of mandarin, sacred lotus blossom, bamboo and aloeswood, Lotus Blossom & Water Lily - Kohdo Wood Day will encourage energy, inspire confidence and focus the mind, making it a perfect fragrance to use throughout the day.

    Archive 2008-04-01

  • Bamboo offers strength and grace, a symbol of longevity and the path towards enlightenment, and aloeswood, whose character is refined and rich, is believed to impart both mental and physical benefits to balance the mind and body.

    Archive 2008-04-01

  • Either way, aloeswood / jinko / eaglewood (El Oud in Arabia) would have to be apart of it as that is the prize aromatic material of them all in this part of the world.

    Perfume-Smellin' Things Perfume Blog

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