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From: DICT.TW English-Chinese Dictionary 英漢字典

 mul·ber·ry /ˈmʌlˌbɛri, b(ə)ri/
 桑樹,桑椹,深紫紅色

From: DICT.TW English-Chinese Medical Dictionary 英漢醫學字典

 mul·ber·ry /ˈməlˌbɛrɪ, b(ə)rɪ/ 名詞
 桑樹,桑椹

From: Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary (1913)

 Mul·ber·ry n.; pl. Mulberries
 1. Bot. The berry or fruit of any tree of the genus Morus; also, the tree itself. See Morus.
 2. A dark pure color, like the hue of a black mulberry.
 Mulberry mass. Biol. See Morula.
 Paper mulberry, a tree (Broussonetia papyrifera), related to the true mulberry, used in Polynesia for making tapa cloth by macerating and pounding the inner bark, and in China and Japan for the manufacture of paper.  It is seen as a shade tree in America.
 

From: WordNet (r) 2.0

 mulberry
      n 1: any of several trees of the genus Morus having edible fruit
           that resembles the blackberry [syn: mulberry tree]
      2: sweet usually dark purple blackberry-like fruit of any of
         several mulberry trees of the genus Morus

From: Easton's 1897 Bible Dictionary

 Mulberry
    Heb. bakah, "to weep;" rendered "Baca" (R.V., "weeping") in Ps.
    84:6. The plural form of the Hebrew bekaim is rendered "mulberry
    trees" in 2 Sam. 5:23, 24 and 1 Chr. 14:14, 15. The tree here
    alluded to was probably the aspen or trembling poplar. "We know
    with certainty that the black poplar, the aspen, and the
    Lombardy poplar grew in Palestine. The aspen, whose long
    leaf-stalks cause the leaves to tremble with every breath of
    wind, unites with the willow and the oak to overshadow the
    watercourses of the Lebanon, and with the oleander and the
    acacia to adorn the ravines of Southern Palestine" (Kitto). By
    "the sound of a going in the tops of the mulberry trees" we are
    to understand a rustling among the trees like the marching of an
    army. This was the signal that the Lord himself would lead forth
    David's army to victory. (See SYCAMINE.)