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Date: 1300-1400
Language: Old French
Origin: sicamor, from Latin, from Greek sykomoros, probably from a Semitic language

sycamore

noun
     
Related topics: Plants
syc‧a‧more [uncountable and countable]
1HBP a European tree that has leaves with five points and seeds with two parts like wings, or the wood of this tree
2 a North American tree with broad leaves, or the wood of this tree

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