Macaranga gum
Macaranga gum Mac`a*ran"ga gum` A gum of a crimson color, obtained from a tree ({Macaranga Indica}) that grows in the East Indies. It is used in taking impressions of coins, medallions, etc., and sometimes as a medicine. --Balfour (Cyc. of India). [1913 Webster]

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