kud·zu noun \ˈku̇d-(ˌ)zü, ˈkəd-\
: a fast-growing Asian vine (Pueraria lobata) of the legume family that is used for forage and erosion control and is often a serious weed in the southeastern United States
Origin of KUDZU
First Known Use: 1876
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