or dam·ar, dam·mer
Origin of dammar
Examples from the Web for dammar
To prepare it, dissolve one-half ounce of Dammar rosin and one-half ounce of gum mastic in three ounces of benzole, and filter.
When sufficiently thin and transparent, mount in rectified spirits or Dammar.
The ink is the root of the dammar pine, mixed with the juice of the sugar cane.The Natural History of the Varieties of Man|Robert Gordon Latham
An oil is obtained from the seeds, and a resin similar to Dammar resin is likewise obtained from the tree.
If allowed to become thick by drying, dammar may be used as luting.