- IPA[ˈməT͟Hər ən ˌlôz ˌtəNG]
- a West African plant of the agave family, having long slender leaves with yellow marginal stripes, often grown as a houseplant.
noun: mother-in-law's tongue, plural noun: mother-in-law's tongues
- n.a West African plant of the agave family, which has long slender leaves with yellow marginal stripes.
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