Homophones for acinos, acinous, acinus

acinos / acinous / acinus [ˈæsənəs]

acinos – n. – a plant genus with ten species spread from Europe to Asia—all are small, aromatic, tufted bushes similar to thyme, some are short-lived perennials

(Yes, they are different parts of speech, but are included because the second is more specific and technical than the first)

acinous – adj. – forming a cluster

acinus – n. – 1. a berry or grape seed; 2. a single section of an aggregate fruit, drupelet, or analogous structures in animals; 3. Anat. – a sac lined with secretory cells and opening into a duct, or similar structures