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pothos (plural pothoses)

  1. Epipremnum aureum, a vine widely cultivated as a houseplant, once classified in the genus Pothos.
    • 2009 February 2, Kenyon Wallace, “A factory fitted for a green future”, in Toronto Star[1]:
      Vines of golden pothos climb the steel support beams.
  2. (uncountable, botany) Pothos, a genus of plants consisting of subtropical and tropical, climbing, flowering vines, indigenous to the environs of the Indian Ocean and western Pacific Ocean.