la·di·no clover noun \lə-ˈdī-(ˌ)nō-, -nə-\
: a large nutritious rapidly growing clover that is a variety of white clover and is widely planted especially for forage —called also ladino
Origin of LADINO CLOVER
perhaps irregular from Lodi,
Italy + Italian -ino,
First Known Use: 1924
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