ladino clover

noun
la·di·no clover | \lə-ˈdī-(ˌ)nō-, -nə-\

Definition of ladino clover 

: a large nutritious rapidly growing clover that is a variety of white clover and is widely planted especially for forage

called also ladino

First Known Use of ladino clover

1924, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for ladino clover

perhaps irregular from Lodi, Italy + Italian -ino, adjective suffix

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