ga·lle·ta noun \gə-ˈye-tə, gī-ˈe-tə\
: either of two perennial grasses (Hilaria rigida and H. jamesii syn. Pleuraphis rigida and P. jamesii) chiefly of the southwestern United States and Mexico used for forage
Origin of GALLETA
First Known Use: 1872
Rhymes with GALLETA
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