• Balsam | Define Balsam at Dictionary.com

    dictionary.reference.com/browse/balsam On the way down he identifies trees by which needles are best to sleep on: balsam fir is good.
  • Balsam | Definition of Balsam by Merriam-Webster

    www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/balsam Latin balsamum, from Greek balsamon, probably of Semitic origin; akin to Hebrew bāshām balsam. First Known Use: before 12th century
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    • Balsam - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

      en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Balsam Balsam (also: turpentine) is the resinous exudate (or sap), which forms on certain kinds of trees and shrubs. Balsam (from Hebrew bosem בֹּשֶׂם, "spice ...
    • Balsam - definition of balsam by The Free Dictionary

      www.thefreedictionary.com/balsam bal·sam (bôl′səm) n. 1. a. Any of several aromatic resins, such as balsam of Peru and balsam of Tolu, that contain considerable amounts of benzoic acid, cinnamic ...
    • CATHOLIC ENCYCLOPEDIA: Balsam - New Advent

      www.newadvent.org/cathen/02226a.htm Balsam is an oily, resinous, and odorous substance, which flows spontaneously or by incision from certain plants, and which the Church mixes with olive oil for use as ...