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sorgo

noun sor·go \ˈsr-(ˌ)gō\

Definition of SORGO

:  a sorghum cultivated primarily for the sweet juice in its stems from which sugar and syrup are made but also used for fodder and silage —called also sweet sorghum
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Origin of SORGO

Italian
First Known Use: circa 1760

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