monantha vetch

noun mo·nan·tha vetch \məˈnan(t)thə-\

Definition of monantha vetch

  1. :  a weak-stemmed viny vetch (Vicia articulata) of southern Europe used for forage and hay in parts of the U.S. having mild winters

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Origin and Etymology of monantha vetch

New Latin monantha (specific epithet of Vicia monantha), from mon- + -antha (feminine of -anthus -anthous)


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