from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The resin of the salai-tree (Boswellia serrata) of India, where it is used for incense.
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a wreath of flowers of the cotton tree; and _gugal_ or incense made of resin, sandalwood and other ingredients is burnt before him.