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syc·a·more / ˈsikəˌmôr/ • n. 1. an American plane tree, esp. P. occidentalis, the largest deciduous tree in the US. 2. (in full sycamore maple) a large Eurasian maple (Acer pseudoplatanus), native to central and southern Europe.

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sycamore

sycamore (great maple or false plane) Deciduous tree of the family, native to central Europe and w Asia but widely naturalized. It has deeply toothed, five-lobed leaves, greenish yellow flowers, and winged brown fruit. Height: to 33m (110ft). Family Aceraceae; species Acer pseudoplatanus.

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sycamore, sycomore species of fig-tree XIV; species of maple XVI. — OF. sic(h)amor (mod. sycomore) — L. sȳcomorus — Gr. sūkómoros, f. sûkon fig + móron mulberry.

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sycamore
1. (UK) see ACER.

2. (Near East) see FICUS.

3. (N. America) see PLATANUS.

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sycamore

sycamore: see plane tree.

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sycamore

sycamore •Blackmore • Sedgemoor • claymore •Seymour, Timor •Brynmor • Barrymore • Baltimore •Broadmoor • Growmore • sophomore •sagamore • blackamoor • sycamore •Tullamore

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