mulberry

A hard, heavy, golden to reddish-brown timber with dark streaks. Mulberry was used as a veneer and for small articles such as boxes, during the Queen Anne period at the beginning of the 18thC.

mulberry

[n] - any of several trees of the genus Morus having edible fruit that resembles the blackberry 2. [n] - sweet usually dark purple blackberry-like fruit of any of several mulberry trees of the genus Morus
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Mulberry

• (n.) A dark pure color, like the hue of a black mulberry. • (n.) The berry or fruit of any tree of the genus Morus; also, the tree itself. See Morus.
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mulberry

noun sweet usually dark purple blackberry-like fruit of any of several mulberry trees of the genus Morus
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Mulberry

[color] The color mulberry is displayed at right. This color is a representation of the color of mulberry jam or pie. This was a Crayola crayon color from 1958 to 2003. The first recorded use of mulberry as a color name in English was in 1776. It has some similarities with the color raspberry, a shade of red also called mulberry in some cou...
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Mulberry

Mul'ber┬Ěry noun ; plural Mulberries . [ Middle English moolbery , murberie , Anglo-Saxon murberie , where the first part is from Latin morum mulberry; confer Greek ..., .... Confer Murrey , Sycamore .] 1. (Botany) The berry or ...
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Mulberry

A berry resembling a blackberry that comes in white, red and black varieties. Their flavor is sweet and somewhat bland. The leaves of the white mulberry are used in silkworm cultivation.
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Mulberry

A berry resembling a blackberry that comes in white, red and black varieties. Their flavor is sweet and somewhat bland. The leaves of the white mulberry are used in silkworm cultivation.
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mulberry

Any of a group of trees consisting of a dozen species, including the black mulberry (M. nigra). It is native to western Asia and has heart-shaped, toothed leaves and spikes of whitish flowers. It is widely cultivated for its compound fruits, which resemble raspberries. The leav...
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mulberry

any of several distinct small to medium-sized trees valued primarily for their ornamental effects. The common mulberries, in the genus Morus (family ...
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Mulberry

either of two artificial harbours designed and constructed by the British in World War II to facilitate the unloading of supply ships off the coast ... [2 related articles]
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Mulberry

Mulberry (Morus) is a genus of 10-15 species of deciduous trees native to warm temperate and also subtropical regions of Asia, Africa and North America, with the majority of the species native to Asia. The closely related genus Broussonetia is also frequently known as mulberry, notably the Paper Mulberry Broussonetia papyri era.
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Mulberry

Mulberry (Morus) is a genus of 10-15 species of deciduous trees native to warm temperate and also subtropical regions of Asia, Africa and North America, with the majority of the species native to Asia. The closely related genus Broussonetia is also frequently known as mulberry, notably the Paper Mulberry Broussonetia papyri era.
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mulberry

mulberry, common name for the Moraceae, a family of deciduous or evergreen trees and shrubs, often climbing, mostly of pantropical distribution, and characterized by milky sap. Several genera bear edible fruit, e.g., Morus, (true mulberries), Ficus (the fig genus), and Artocarpus, which includes the...
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mulberry

Origin: OE. Moolbery, murberie, AS. Murberie, where the first part is fr. L. Morum mulberry; cf. Gr,. Cf. Murrey, Sycamore. ... 1. <botany> The berry or fruit of any tree of the genus Morus; also, the tree itself. See Morus. ... 2. A dark pure colour, like the hue of a black mulberry. Mulberry mass. ... <biology> See Morula. Paper mulbe...
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Mulberry

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Mulberry

The mulberry is a group of trees of the genus morus and family Moraceae. The Common Mulberry (Morus nigra) is a handsome tree, six to ten metres tall, of rugged, picturesque appearance forming a dense, spreading head of branches, usually wider than the height of the tree, springing from a rough, short trunk. It bears unisexual flowers.
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