A red, resinous compound obtained through the good fresh fruit of a climbing palm (Daemonorops draco) of tropical Asia, formerly used in the manufacture of varnishes and lacquers.
Any of a number of resins similar to this compound.
A bright purple resin this is certainly obtained from various types of several distinct plant genera: Croton, Dracaena, Daemonorops, Calamus rotang and Pterocarpus and it is used in the manufacture of varnishes, lacquers, medications, and incenses.
a resinous compound acquired through the fresh fruit of several species of Calamus, esp. from Calamus Rotang and Calamus Draco, growing inside East Indies. A substance generally dragon's blood is obtained by exudation from Dracæna Draco; additionally from Pterocarpus Draco, a tree for the western Indies and South America. The color is purple, or a dark brownish red, which is utilized mainly for coloring varnishes, marbles, etc. Called in addition Cinnabar Græcorum.
The name of a few resins of a dark-red color.
In ceramics, a red color resembling arterial bloodstream, with iridescence, in locations, as a result of the presence of copper; multiple sang-de-bœuf.
a dark red resinous substance produced from different woods and used in photoengraving