1) nard, the head or spike of a fragrant East Indian plant belonging to the genus Valerianna, which yields a juice of delicious odour which the ancients used (either pure or mixed) in the preparation of a most precious ointment
2) nard oil or ointment
Part of Speech: noun feminine
Of foreign origin (compare [H5373]); "nard": - [spike-] nard.
|perfume of nard||6.210|
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