Next to the "terebinth" was the tomb of the favorite horse of Lucius Verus.
I do not know that you will equally appreciate the terebinth tree.
The olive looks at the cedar and the terebinth and the palm.
While luncheon is preparing in the shade of the terebinth, I wade into the brook and cast my fly along the ripples.
This could not be, for over him he clearly saw a dead branch of the terebinth, and there could be no decay in that happy world.
The eastern slopes are comparatively bare of trees; but the western are well supplied with oak, terebinth and pine.
The Jews, by preference, bury their dead beneath the shadow of a terebinth.
He then eats some of a cake made of preserved figs, tastes the fruit of the terebinth tree, and drinks a cup of sour milk.
The "terebinth of Nero" is described as a round marble structure, as high as Hadrian's tomb.
One day he bore Zillah in his arms, and laid her upon the cot under the terebinth.
Mediterranean tree, a member of the sumac family, late 14c., from Old French therebint (13c.), from Latin terebinthus (Pliny), from Greek terebinthos, probably of foreign origin (Creto-Minoic?). The tree is the source of Chian turpentine.
(R.V. marg. of Deut. 11:30, etc.), the Pistacia terebinthus of botanists; a tree very common in the south and east of Palestine. (See OAK.)