Myrra

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Myrra is rēad, brūn trēoƿterubǣr ontimber, se is gedrȳd sæp þæs Commiphora myrrha trēoƿes, þe mann fint on Sōmalie. Sumu ōðru Commiphora oþþe Balsamodendron sapu hātaþ menn ēac "myrra", behæbbende þā of Commiphora erythraea (hƿīltīdum gehāten Ēastindisc myrra), Commiphora opobalsamum, and Balsamodendron kua.

Myrra is mǣþ ƿyrtbrǣþes and stērunge, and ƿæs sƿīðe gelufod on gēarodagum. Myrra ƿæs ān þāra giefa þāra tungolƿitegena þǣm cilde Iesus in þǣm spelle sƿā hit is geteald on þǣm Gōdspelle of Matteus. Myrra ƿæs genotod tō stērunge in dēaþþegnungum and fyrhtum, þe ƿæs tācnod in þǣm Crīstmæssan lēoþe We Three Kings (þe is on Englisce "Ƿē Þrīe Cyningas").