Origin of gum resin
Related formsgum-res·i·nous, adjective
Examples from the Web for gum resin
A gum-resin supposed to be derived from one or more plants of the natural order Renace, growing in Arabia and Persia.
The said concrete juice is called a gum-resin; an improper name, as it gives a false idea of the nature of the substance.A Dictionary of Arts, Manufactures and Mines|Andrew Ure
Mastic, Mastich, mas′tik, n. a species of gum-resin from the lentisk-tree: a cement from mastic: the tree producing mastic.
When one of these substances is soluble in either water or spirits it is called a gum-resin.The Reason Why|Anonymous
Bohun upas is a gum-resin obtained from the bark of the Antiaris toxicaria.