The hands were called out to muster; cummin did not answer to his name.
This was a bitter potion for the moody and jealous spirit of cummin; and he brooded day and night over his fancied wrongs.
Upon which he drew his dagger, ran to cummin, and stabbed him to the heart.
Rub a little of the Oil of cummin on your hand and approach the horse on the windward side, so that he can smell the cummin.
For a hundred years she wore the veil which cummin had blessed upon her head.
And so cummin is justly set down among things of vulgar and common use, when it is said in Matthew 23.
They proceed to the monastery of Clonfert, where they put themselves under the spiritual direction of cummin, son of Fiachna.
cummin is an aromatic seed from Cuminum cyminum, resembling caraway in flavor and appearance.
cummin was threshed with a rod and with salt served as a sauce.
Half-drowned and half-blinded, cummin staggered forwards, blessing his stars that his torments were over; but, alas!
(Heb. kammon; i.e., a "condiment"), the fruit or seed of an umbelliferous plant, the Cuminum sativum, still extensively cultivated in the East. Its fruit is mentioned in Isa. 28:25, 27. In the New Testament it is mentioned in Matt. 23:23, where our Lord pronounces a "woe" on the scribes and Pharisees, who were zealous in paying tithes of "mint and anise and cummin," while they omitted the weightier matters of the law." "It is used as a spice, both bruised, to mix with bread, and also boiled, in the various messes and stews which compose an Oriental banquet." Tristram, Natural History.