Definition of Red mulberry

1. Noun. North American mulberry having dark purple edible fruit.

Exact synonyms: Morus Rubra
Generic synonyms: Mulberry, Mulberry Tree



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Red Mulberry

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red links
red lion
red maids
red man
red man syndrome
red mange
red maple
red marrow
red meat
red meats
red mercury
red mist
red morning-glory
red mud
red mulberry (current term)
red mullet
red muscle
red neck syndrome
red neuralgia
red noise
red nucleus
red oak
red ochre
red onion
red onions
red osier
red osier dogwood
red oxide of lead
red oxygen

Literary usage of Red mulberry

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1. The American Silk Growers Guide: Or, The Art of Raising the Mulberry and by William Kenrick (1839)
"Other varieties however are known, which have obtained a preference over the Morus nigra. SECTION VII. red mulberry. (Menus RUBHA. ..."

2. The Principal Species of Wood: Their Characteristic Properties by Charles Henry Snow (1908)
"Red .Mulberry, Mulberry (local Virginia Mulberry Tree (Tenn.). and common name). Murier Sauvage (La.). Black Mulberry (N. ]., Pa., W. Va.). Locality. ..."

3. Torreya by Torrey Botanical Club (1905)
"... red bay (Persea Borbonia), and red mulberry (Morns rubra) often attained the proportions of trees, and almost reached the top of the dunes. ..."

4. Studies of Trees in Winter: A Description of the Deciduous Trees of by Annie Oakes Huntington (1902)
"... are a small family with but one native representative in the North, the red mulberry. The white mulberry from China has been so widely cultivated and ..."

5. Trees and Tree-planting by James Sanks Brisbin (1888)
"red mulberry.—Where Found, Attainable Height, and Manner of Growth. —Durability and Uses of its Wood. — Its Ornamental Value.—How to Obtain its Seed. ..."

6. Trees and Tree-planting by James Sanks Brisbin (1888)
"red mulberry. —Where Found, Attainable Height, and Manner of Growth. — Durability and Uses of its Wood. — Its Ornamental Value.—How to Obtain its Seed. ..."

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