/ (sɪnˈdæpsəs) /
any plant of the tropical Asiatic climbing genus Scindapsus, typically stem rooting, esp S. aureus and S. pictus, grown as greenhouse or house plants for their leathery heart-shaped variegated leaves: family Araceae
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Word Origin for scindapsus
New Latin, from Greek skindapsos an ivy-like plant
Words nearby scindapsus
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Example sentences from the Web for scindapsus
Scindapsus, which was used as a medicine, has actually retained a Sanskrit name, "vustiva."