noun, plural al·oes.
Origin of aloe
Related formsal·o·et·ic [al-oh-et-ik] /ˌæl oʊˈɛt ɪk/, adjective
Definition for aloes (2 of 2)
Origin of agalloch
Examples from the Web for aloes
According to Birotteau aloes and opium were only to be found in the Rue des Lombards.Rise and Fall of Cesar Birotteau|Honore de Balzac
A peculiar compound formed by the action of strong nitric acid on indigo, aloes, wool, and several other substances.
Those to be preferred are aloes, colocynth,50 and podophyllin.
When aloes or gamboge is powdered, a few drops of olive oil are commonly added with the same intention.
And Nicodemus brought some precious spices, myrrh and aloes, which they wrapped up with the body.The Wonder Book of Bible Stories|Compiled by Logan Marshall