Kentucky bluegrass

noun Ken·tucky bluegrass \kən-ˈtə-kē-\

Definition of Kentucky bluegrass

  1. :  an Old World pasture and meadow grass (Poa pratensis) naturalized in North America and often used in lawns —called also bluegrass

Origin and Etymology of kentucky bluegrass

Kentucky, state of U.S.

First Known Use: 1849

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