aloē, = from Hebrew used in the Septuagint to translate akhālīm, akhālōth; descriptive of the succulent herbs , shrubs or trees, with erect spikes of flowers, and bitter juice.
(the dried bitter juice of aloe leaves, derived from earlier Semitic word alloeh) (Ox, Le)
sucus, succus, = juice, moist, sap;
trini, terni, = three each, three, threefold, triple.
[succotrinus, = was incorrectly thought to have been first collected on the island of Socotra in the Indian Ocean, which it was not] (ld, Ox, AB)