An evergreen Indo-Malayan climbing or trailing shrub (Piper betle), having often ovate leaves regularly cover betel peanuts.
Either of two plants frequently found in combination
A species of pepper (Piper betle), the leaves that tend to be chewed, aided by the areca or betel fan and slightly layer lime, by the inhabitants of the East Indies. It really is a woody climber with ovate many-nerved leaves.
A species of pepper, Piper betle, a creeping, or climbing plant, a native of East Indies, natural order Piperaceæ.
A piece of betel-nut.
Asian pepper plant whoever dried leaves are chewed with betel fan (seed associated with the betel palm) by southeast Asians