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Sycamine

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CIDE DICTIONARY

Sycaminen. [L. sycaminus, Gr. ; perhaps of Semitic origin.].

OXFORD DICTIONARY

Sycamine, n. Bibl. the black mulberry tree, Morus nigra (see Luke 17:6; in modern versions translated as 'mulberry tree').

Etymology
L sycaminus f. Gk sukaminos mulberry-tree f. Heb. sikmah sycamore, assim. to Gk sukon fig

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