Also, cion. a shoot or twig, especially one cut for grafting or planting; a cutting.
a descendant, heir, or young member of a family
a shoot or twig of a plant used to form a graft
a detached shoot or twig of living plant, esp. used for grafting
Old French cion
A detached shoot or twig containing buds from a woody plant, used in grafting.
noun a fear of shadows; also called sciaphobia See sciaphobia Word Origin Greek scio- ‘shadow’
noun 1. (rare) any plant that grows best in the shade
noun, plural sciosophies. 1. supposed knowledge of natural or supernatural phenomena or forces, usually based on tradition, as astrology or phrenology.
noun 1. a river in central Ohio, flowing S to the Ohio River. 237 miles (382 km) long.