noun he·gari \hi-ˈger-ē, -ˈga-rē, -ˈger-ə, -ˈga-rə; ˈhī-ˌgir\

Definition of hegari

  1. :  any of several Sudanese grain sorghums having chalky white seeds including one grown in the southwestern U.S.

Origin and Etymology of hegari

Arabic dialect (Sudan) ḥijērī, perhaps alteration of Arabic ḥijārī stony

First Known Use: 1919

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