Yes, Plectranthus, possibly Swedish Ivy (Plectranthus verticillatus) Not really an Ivy or related so I'm not sure where it got it's common name. It was a very popular houseplant back in the 1970's but I haven't seen it around in a long while.
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Yes, common names can be shared by multiple plants, and individual plants can have multiple common names.
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