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tara vine

[ tahr-uh, tar-uh ]
/ ˈtɑr ə, ˈtær ə /
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noun

a leafy, woody vine, Actinidia arguta, of Japan and eastern Asia, having white flowers and yellowish, sweet, edible fruit.

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Origin of tara vine

Apparently misapplication of Japanese tara(-no-ki) name for Aralia elata, an araliaceous shrub
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