Macoun wild–rye

noun Ma·coun wild–rye \məˈkün-\
variants: less commonly

Macoun rye grass

\məˈkün-\

Definition of Macoun wild–rye

  1. :  a native perennial forage grass (Elymus macounii) of western North America

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Origin and Etymology of macoun wild–rye

from the name Macoun


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