n., An African morning-glory (Ipomoea cairica var. hederacea), with pink or purple flowers and five-to seven-lobed leaves; the long trailing stems were formerly used as cordage, the tuberous roots and main stems, though somewhat bitter, as famine food.
- Neal 708.
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