Definition of cuckoopint in English:

cuckoopint

noun

  • The common European wild arum of woodland and hedgerows, with a pale spathe and a purple or green spadix followed by bright red berries.

    • ‘Celandine, cow parsley, cuckoo pint, goosegrass and bluebells also only put out the most tentative shoots, but deadnettles did not appear at all, and rosemary did not flower.’

Origin

Late Middle English: from earlier cuckoo-pintle, from pintle in the obsolete sense penis (because of the shape of the spadix).

Pronunciation:

cuckoopint

/ˈko͞oko͞opīnt/