A grayish to dark purple.
Any of several deciduous trees of the genus Morus, having unisexual flowers in drooping catkins and edible usually purple fruit.
The sweet fruit of any of these trees.
Any of a genus (Morus) of shrubs and trees of the mulberry family, with milky juice and multiple false fruits which resemble the fruits of the raspberry.
The edible fruit.
A dark purplish-red color.
Designating a family (Moraceae, order Urticales) of dicotyledonous plants of wide horticultural and economic importance, including the fig and breadfruit trees.
The fruit of this tree.
Of a dark purple colour tinted with red.
Other Word Forms
Origin of mulberry
- Middle English mulberrie from Old English mōrberie Middle Low German mūlberi, mūrberi both from Latin mōrum Old English berie berry or Old High German beri berry bhā-1 in Indo-European roots
From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition
- From Old English mōrberige