na·pi·er grass noun \ˈnā-pē-ər-\
: a tall stout African perennial grass (Pennisetum purpureum) that resembles sugarcane and is widely grown for forage —called also elephant grass
Origin of NAPIER GRASS
town in South Africa
First Known Use: 1919
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