noun fes·cue \ˈfes-(ˌ)kyü\

Definition of FESCUE

:  a small pointer (as a stick) used to point out letters to children learning to read
:  any of a genus (Festuca) of tufted perennial grasses with panicled spikelets

Origin of FESCUE

Middle English festu stalk, straw, from Anglo-French, from Late Latin festucum, from Latin festuca
First Known Use: 1589

Rhymes with FESCUE

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