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  • sycamore-tree — …   Useful english dictionary

  • Sycamore — is a name which is applied at various times and places to three very different types of trees, but with somewhat similar leaf forms.* The sycamore (or sycomore) of the Bible is a species of fig, Ficus sycomorus , the sycamore fig or fig mulberry …   Wikipedia

  • Sycamore, Missouri — Sycamore is an unincorporated community in eastern Ozark County, Missouri. It is located on Route 181 about fourteen miles northeast of Gainesville. The community was founded in 1891 and is named after the American sycamore tree.Sycamore is a… …   Wikipedia

  • sycamore — [[t]sɪ̱kəmɔː(r)[/t]] sycamores N VAR A sycamore or a sycamore tree is a tree that has yellow flowers and large leaves with five points. Syn: plane N UNCOUNT Sycamore is the wood of this tree. The furniture is made of sycamore, beech and leather …   English dictionary

  • sycamore — UK [ˈsɪkəmɔː(r)] / US [ˈsɪkəˌmɔr] noun Word forms sycamore : singular sycamore plural sycamores or sycamore a) [countable] a tree with large leaves shaped like a star and seeds shaped like two wings b) [uncountable] the wood of a sycamore tree …   English dictionary

  • Sycamore — This most interesting and rare surname is of early medieval French origin, and is a topographical name given to someone who lived near a sycamore tree, from the medieval French sicamor , from the Latin sycomorus , itself ultimately deriving from… …   Surnames reference

  • sycamore — syc|a|more [ sıkə,mɔr ] noun count a tree with large leaves shaped like a star and seeds shaped like two wings a. uncount the wood of a sycamore tree …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • sycamore maple — noun The British and European sycamore tree, Acer pseudoplatanus …   Wiktionary

  • SYCAMORE — (Heb. שִׁקְמָה), the Ficus sycomorus, of the same genus as the fig tree. There is no connection between it and the plane tree , whose biblical name is armon and which is popularly called the sycamore. The sycamore is frequently mentioned in the… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • Sycamore — Syc a*more, n. [L. sycomorus, Gr. ? the fig mulberry; ? a fig + ? the black mulberry; or perhaps of Semitic origin: cf. F. sycomore. Cf. {Mulberry}.] (Bot.) (a) A large tree ({Ficus Sycomorus}) allied to the common fig. It is found in Egypt and… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • sycamore — [sik′ə môr΄] n. [ME sicomore < OFr sicamor < L sycomorus < Gr sykomoros, prob. altered (after sykon, fig + moron, black mulberry) < Heb shikma, mulberry] 1. a fig tree (Ficus sycamorus) native to Egypt and Asia Minor, with edible… …   English World dictionary