noun \ˈa-rəm, ˈer-əm\

Definition of ARUM

:  any of a genus (Arum of the family Araceae, the arum family) of Eurasian plants having usually arrow-shaped leaves and a showy spathe partially enclosing a spadix; broadly :  a plant of the arum family

Origin of ARUM

New Latin, from Latin arum, from Greek aron
First Known Use: 14th century

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