agarwood

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a·gar·wood

 (ā′gär-wo͝od′, ä′-)
n.

[Hindi agar, from Prakrit agaru, from Sanskrit agaruḥ, agaru; akin to Tamil and Malayalam akil.]
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These materials of worship include "three kau of sandal, six twentieths of camphor, half a kalaiiju of agallochum [agarwood], one and two twentieths manjadi of musk, and two and four twentieths manjadi of civet-fat to be rubbed on (the image)" (ibid.