noun pan·i·cum \ˈpa-ni-kəm\

Definition of PANICUM

:  any of a large and widely distributed genus (Panicum) of annual and perennial grasses that have 1- to 2-flowered spikelets arranged in a panicle

Origin of PANICUM

New Latin, from Latin, foxtail millet
First Known Use: 1844


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