dutchman's-pipe definition

  • noun:
    • a hardy deciduous US vine (Aristolochia durior) having huge, heart-shaped leaves and bearing brownish-purple blossoms which may have their particular calyx tubes curved such as the plate of a tobacco pipeline. Formerly classified as Aristolochia Sipho.
    • The plant Aristolochia Sipho, a climber with broad handsome vegetation: so called through the form of the flowers. See cut under Aristolochia.
    • hardy deciduous vine having big leaves and blossoms using the calyx pipe curved like the full bowl of a pipe
    • a hardy deciduous American vine (Aristolochia durior) having huge, heart-shaped leaves and bearing brownish-purple plants that have their particular calyx pipes curved such as the full bowl of a tobacco pipe. Formerly classified as Aristolochia Sipho.
    • The plant Aristolochia Sipho, a climber with wide good looking foliage: so named from the shape of the blossoms. See cut under Aristolochia.
    • sturdy deciduous vine having large leaves and flowers because of the calyx tube curved like bowl of a pipe

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