noun kok–sa·ghyz \ˌkōk-sə-ˈgēz, ˌkäk-, -ˈgiz\

Definition of KOK-SAGHYZ

:  a perennial Asian dandelion (Taraxacum kok-saghyz) cultivated for its fleshy roots that have a high rubber content

Variants of KOK-SAGHYZ

kok–sa·ghyz or kok–sa·gyz \ˌkōk-sə-ˈgēz, ˌkäk-, -ˈgiz\

Origin of KOK-SAGHYZ

Russian kok-sagyz
First Known Use: 1932


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