Definition of pothos
: a southeast Asian climbing plant (Epipremnum aureum syn. Scindapsus aureus) of the arum family widely grown especially as a houseplant for its leathery or waxy heart-shaped green leaves that are spotted or streaked with golden yellow or white
Origin of pothos
New Latin, from Sinhalese pȯṭā
First Known Use: 1822
Rhymes with pothos
bathos, benthos, bugloss, chaos, Chios, cosmos, Delos, demos, Ellás, emboss, en masse, Eos, epos, Eros, ethos, Hyksos, kaross, kudos, kvass, Lagos, Laos, Laplace, Lemnos, Lesbos, Logos, Madras, Melos, mythos, Naxos, Nepos, nol-pros, nonpros, pathos, peplos, Pharos, pit boss, ringtoss, Samos, Skyros, straw boss, telos, topos, tripos
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Britannica.com: Encyclopedia article about "pothos"
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