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pothos

[ poh-thos, -thuhs, poth-ohs, -uhs ]
/ ˈpoʊ θɒs, -θəs, ˈpɒθ oʊs, -əs /
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noun, plural po·thos, po·thos·es.
any of various tropical climbing vines belonging to the genera Pothos and Epipremnum, of the arum family, especially E. aureum, widely cultivated for its variegated foliage.
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Origin of pothos

<New Latin (Linnaeus), said to be <Sinhalese
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