Sycamine - Vine's Expository Dictionary of New Testament Words
Sycamine[ 1,,G4807, sukaminos ]
occurs in Luke 17:6. It is generally recognized as the black mulberry, with fruit like blackberries. The leaves are too tough for silkworms and thus are unlike the white mulberry. Neither kind is the same as the mulberry of 2 Samuel 5:23-24, etc. The town Haifa was called Sycaminopolis, from the name of the tree.