CORIANDER (גַּד, H1512). This is mentioned in
The coriander (coriandrum sativum) is an annual herb which grows in the Jordan valley and in other parts of Pal. The seeds have a pleasing aroma.
Today, coriander is used in gin, curry powder, and as a flavor for sweets. In Europe, the seeds are used for flavoring bread. See Spice.
International Standard Bible Encyclopedia (1915)
The fruit of the Coriandrum Sativum (Natural Order Umbelliferae), a plant indigenous around the Mediterranean and extensively cultivated. The fruits are aromatic and stomatic-carminative. They are of a grayish-yellow color, ribbed, ovate-globular and in size about twice that of a hemp-seed. "The manna was like coriander seed" (