Odor - Vine's Expository Dictionary of New Testament Words
Odor[ 1,,G3744, osme ]
a smell, an odor" (akin to ozo, "to smell"), is translated "odor" in John 12:3, it is used metaphorically in Ephesians 5:2, RV, "an odor (of a sweet smell)," AV, "(a sweet smelling) savor," of the effects Godward of the Sacrifice of Christ; in Philippians 4:18 of the effect of sacrifice, on the part of those in the church at Philippi, who sent material assistance to the Apostle in his imprisonment. The word is translated "savor" in 2 Corinthians 2:14, 2 Corinthians 2:16 (twice).
Note: For thumiama, "incense," translated "odors" in the AV of Revelation 5:8 (RV, "incense"), See INCENSE. For amomon (quoted in RV marg. in the Latinized form amomum) in Revelation 18:13, See SPICE.