Origin: ME sicomore < OFr sicamor < L sycomorus < Gr sykomoros, prob. altered (after sykon, fig + moron, black mulberry) < Heb shikma, mulberry
See sycamore in American Heritage Dictionary 4
Origin: Middle English sicamour, a kind of fig tree
Origin: , from Old French sicamor
Origin: , from Latin sȳcomorus
Origin: , from Greek sūkomoros, perhaps of Semitic origin; see šqm in Semitic roots.
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