Camphire Cam"phire (k[a^]m"f[imac]r), n. An old spelling of {Camphor}. [1913 Webster]

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  • camphire — [kam′fīr΄] n. 〚var. of CAMPHOR: used in KJV (S. of Sol. 1:14) to transl. Heb kōpher, henna plant〛 HENNA * * * …   Universalium

  • camphire — [kam′fīr΄] n. [var. of CAMPHOR: used in KJV (S. of Sol. 1:14) to transl. Heb kōpher, henna plant] HENNA …   English World dictionary

  • camphire — I. ˈkamˌfī(ə)r now dialect variant of camphor II. noun ( s) Etymology: Middle English camphire, caumfre camphor more at camphor : henna …   Useful english dictionary

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  • Camphire —    (Heb. copher), mentioned in Cant. 1:14 (R.V., henna flowers ); 4:13 (R.V., henna ), is the al henna of the Arabs, a native of Egypt, producing clusters of small white and yellow odoriferous flowers, whence is made the Oleum Cyprineum. From its …   Easton's Bible Dictionary

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