a hairy vine, Cissus rhombifolia, native to tropical America, having glossy trifoliate leaves and often cultivated as a houseplant.
Why Do We Call Them Berries?The berry family is a linguistic invention particular to Germanic languages, like English. Other languages, like Spanish and French, do not combine the wide, diverse berry family into one group, but rather have very different words for blackberries, raspberries, blueberries, and strawberries.
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- granville-barker, harley,
- grape family,
- grape fern,
- grape hyacinth,
- grape phylloxera,
- grape stake,
- grape sugar,
- grapefruit league
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