jassid

noun
jas·sid | \ˈja-səd \

Definition of jassid 

: any of numerous small leafhoppers that include many economically significant pests of cultivated plants broadly : leafhopper

First Known Use of jassid

1892, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for jassid

ultimately from Greek Iasos, town in Asia Minor

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