kantiara

noun kan·ti·ara \ˌkantēˈa(a)rə\

Definition of kantiara

plural

-s

  1. :  a spinose plant (Carthamus oxycantha) resembling the safflower that grows in troublesome clumps in Indian grasslands but can be made edible for livestock by beating off the spines

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Origin and Etymology of kantiara

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