An aromatic gum or resin which exudes from the bark of a Mediterranean tree, used in making varnish and chewing gum and as a flavouring
The bushy evergreen Mediterranean tree which yields mastic and has aromatic leaves and fruit, closely related to the pistachio
A tall tree of Florida, Mexico, the Caribbean, and Central America, Sideroxylon foetidissimum (family Sapotaceae), which yields a hard wood suitable for construction and furniture and bears yellow flowers with a cheesy smell; also called mastic, mastic-bully.
A dense mixture of bitumen and powdered limestone, often containing gravel or stone chips, used for surfacing footpaths and roofs.
The California pepper tree, Schinus molle.
Used in names of trees that are similar or related to the mastic tree, e.g. American mastic