H.W.F. Gesenius , Hebrew-Chaldee Lexicon to the Old Testament, , , 1407,
גַּד m.—(1) coriander seed, so called from its furrowed and striped grains; see the root גָּדַד No. 1, Ex. 16:31; Nu. 11:7; LXX., Vulg. κόριον, κορίανον, coriandrum; and so the other Eastern interpreters, except Ch., Sam.; and similar to this was the Punic usage, of which Dioscorides says (iii. 64), Αἰγύπτιοι ὄχιον, Ἄφροι (i.e. Pœni) Γοίδ.