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s., Heb. A later orthography for aleguma; name of a timber tree, as below; name of a tree found in the deserts of Arabia; the algum tree. 2 Oihl. 2:8. Also, by a change of letters, alemuga. See below. Supposed by Kitts to be the sandal-wood.

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Alekuma (ā'-lĕ-kŭ'-mă), n.

/ ā'-lĕ-kŭ'-mă / Parker Haw to Eng,

[Heb.] Name of a timber tree; name of a tree, supposed to be the sandalwood, found in Arabia and used for the making of harps, etc.; the algum-tree; also, by transposition, the almug-tree.

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