sacaton

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sac·a·ton

noun \ˈsa-kə-ˌtōn\

Definition of SACATON

:  a coarse perennial grass (Sporobolus wrightii) of the southwestern United States that is used for forage especially in alkaline soils

Origin of SACATON

American Spanish zacatón, from zacate coarse grass, from Nahuatl zacatl
First Known Use: 1846

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