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Ivy without qualifiers usually means plants in the genus Hedera in the family Araliaceae.
It may also refer to:
- The plant growth form "vine" or "liana."
- Boston ivy, Parthenocissus tricuspidatus, in the grape family Vitaceae
- Ground ivy, one of the species of the mint genus Glechoma
- Poison ivy, a plant in the genus Toxicodendron in the family Anacardiaceae
- Swedish ivy, a plant species in the genus Plectranthus
Places in the United States
- Ivy (name), a list of people with the given name or surname
- Ivy (Chinese singer) or Ai Fei (Deng Wanxing, born 1987), Chinese singer, dancer and actress
- Ivy (South Korean singer) (Park Eun-hye, born 1982), South Korean singer and musical actress
Arts and entertainment
- Ivy (band), a trio of musicians from New York City
- "Ivy", a song written for the 1947 film by Hoagy Carmichael
- "Ivy" (song)", from Frank Ocean's 2016 album Blonde
- Ivy Valentine, from the Soul series of fighting games
- Ivy Tilsley, from the British soap opera Coronation Street
Brands and enterprises
- Ivy (motorcycles), a motorcycle manufacturer
- The Ivy, a restaurant in London, England
- The Ivy (Los Angeles), a restaurant
- Ivy, former name of FG (restaurant) in Rotterdam, Netherlands
- Apache Ivy, a transitive dependency manager for Java, or other applications that require management artifact dependencies.
- Ivy, a decentralized peer-to-peer file system
- Ivy, an embeddable scripting language
- IVY, a web application framework for PHP
- Ivy League, an association of prestigious American universities
- "The Jesuit Ivy", a nickname for Boston College, Massachusetts
- Ivy Mike, the code name given to the first test of a successful fusion device, detonated in 1952
- Ivey (disambiguation)
- Ivie (disambiguation)
- Poison ivy (disambiguation)
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