1capitalized: a small genus of North American shrubs (family Caprifoliaceae) having bell-shaped flowers in axillary racemes succeeded by fleshy white or red 2-seeded berries — see coralberry, snowberry
2 plural symphoricarpos: any plant of the genus Symphoricarpos
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History and Etymology for symphoricarpos
New Latin, from Greek symphora act of gathering or collecting (from sympherein to bring together, from syn- + pherein to bear, carry) + New Latin -i- + Greek karpos fruit; from the clustering of the fruit