[ Latin sycaminus
, Greek ...; perhaps of Semitic origin.] See Sycamore
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• (n.) See Sycamore.
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The Sycamine tree is mentioned only in Luke 17:6. It is rendered by Luther "mulberry tree", which is most probably the correct rendering. It is found of two species, the black mulberry (Morus nigra) and the white mulberry (Morus alba), which are common in Palestine. It is in the same family as the fig-tree. Some contend, however, that this name ..
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