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- n. Plural form of myrrh.
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Then there are the myrrhs, also ignored, and other gum-producing plants; and the gnarled tamarinds, affording lovely shade, and the fruit of which the natives, oddly enough, do know the value of, and make a cooling drink therewith.
Wherein the soul shrieks burning, since the myrrhs
All the myrrhs of bitterness that God gives, are ordered aright, that
From the threaded ruddy ore of her hair rose a perfume like the fabulous myrrhs of
I am come into my garden, my sister spouse; I have gathered my myrrhs with my spices; I have eaten my honeycomb with my honey; I have drunk my wine with my milk; eat, O friends, drink and be drunken, O dearly beloved.