adjective \ˈfr-ˈāch\

: of or relating to a government program in the U.S. that teaches farming skills and good citizenship to young people

Full Definition of 4-H

:  of or relating to a program set up by the United States Department of Agriculture originally in rural areas to help young people become productive citizens by instructing them in useful skills (as in agriculture, animal husbandry, and carpentry), community service, and personal development
4–H'·er also 4–H·er \-ˈā-chər\ noun

Origin of 4-H

from the fourfold aim of improving the head, heart, hands, and health
First Known Use: 1926


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