Sycamore

Hard, milky-white, European wood, related to the North American maple. It has a fine, even grain and natural lustre. Solid sycamore furniture was made in medieval times, and from the late 17thC the wood was used in floral marquetry on walnut furniture, sometimes stained green or grey to make harewood, and for veneers. Because it has no taste, sycam …...

Sycamore

Sycamore is a name which is applied at various times and places to several different types of trees, but with somewhat similar leaf forms. The name derives from the ancient Greek συκόμορος (sūkomoros) meaning `fig-mulberry`. Species of trees known as sycamore: ...
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sycamore

[n] - variably colored and sometimes variegated hard tough elastic wood of a sycamore tree 2. [n] - Eurasian maple tree with pale gray bark that peels in flakes like that of a sycamore tree 3. [n] - thick-branched wide-spreading tree of Africa and adjacent southwestern Asia often buttressed with branches rising from near the ground
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Sycamore

• (n.) A large tree (Ficus Sycomorus) allied to the common fig. It is found in Egypt and Syria, and is the sycamore, or sycamine, of Scripture. • (n.) The American plane tree, or buttonwood. • (n.) A large European species of maple (Acer Pseudo-Platanus).
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sycamore

<botany> A large tree (Ficus Sycomorus) allied to the common fig. It is found in Egypt and Syria, and is the sycamore, or sycamine, of Scripture. ... The American plane tree, or buttonwood. ... A large European species of maple (Acer Pseudo-Platanus). [Written sometimes sycomore. ... Origin: L. Sycomorus, Gr. The fig mulberry; a fig + the bla...
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sycamore

noun variably colored and sometimes variegated hard tough elastic wood of a sycamore tree
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Sycamore

(England/USA) A creamy-white, easy-to-use veneer, good for ground and waster sheets. Width 6-12 inches.
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sycamore

Click images to enlargeDeciduous tree native to Europe. The leaves are five-lobed, and the hanging clusters of flowers are followed by winged fruits. The timber is used for furniture making. (Acer pseudoplatanus.)
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Sycamore

Syc'a·more noun [ Latin sycomorus , Greek ... the fig mulberry; ... a fig + ... the black mulberry; or perhaps of Semitic origin: confer French sycomore . Confer Mulberry .] (Botany) (a) A large tree ( Ficus Sycomorus ) allied to the common fig. It is found i...
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sycamore

any of several distinct trees. In the United States it refers especially to the American plane tree (q.v.). The sycamore of the Bible is better ... [1 related articles]
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sycamore

Fig tree native to Egypt.
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sycamore

hard light coloured wood used in turnery, and for clog soles by non-itinerant makers (Je, 59, 235) and for rollers (E, 1958, 47-8)
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sycamore

hard light coloured wood used in turnery, and for clog soles by non-itinerant makers (Je, 59, 235) and for rollers (E, 1958, 47-8)
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sycamore

Hard, milky-white, European wood, related to the North American maple. It has a fine, even grain and natural lustre. Solid sycamore furniture was made in medieval times, and from the late 17thC the wood was used in floral marquetry on walnut furniture, sometimes stained green or grey to make harewood, and for veneers. Because it has no taste, sycam...
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Sycamore

Platanus occidentalis
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sycamore

sycamore: see plane tree.
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sycamore

sycomore, sycamore A species of fig-tree, Ficus Sycomorus, common in Egypt, Syria, and other countries, and having leaves somewhat resembling those of the mulberry.
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Sycamore

The sycamore (Sycomorus) also known as the great maple or false plane, is a genus of trees of the family Moraceae native to Europe and western Asia, introduced into Britain around 1551. They have a straight, erect, smooth trunk, large, spreading, symmetrical branches and large five-lobed, irregularly toothed leaves. In early spring the greenish flo...
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