Origin of cassia
Examples from the Web for cassia
Historical Examples of cassia
It is embalmed and kept sweet by the myrrh and cassia of many tears.De Profundis
The cement consists of a mixture of shellac and 10 per cent of oil of cassia.On Laboratory Arts
These they must keep off from their eyes, and so cut the cassia.The History Of Herodotus
Cassia was not large, but she had a good deal of action, and was the Doctor's show-horse.Elsie Venner
Oliver Wendell Holmes, Sr.
Cassia is thicker in the roll, a dull brown, and if a piece is broken is like a piece of wood.Choice Cookery
Word Origin for cassia
cinnamon-like plant, late Old English, from Latin cassia, from Greek kasia, from Hebrew q'tsi-ah "cassia," from qatsa "to cut off, strip off bark."