narbonne vetch

noun nar·bonne vetch \(ˈ)när¦bän-\
variants: or

narbonus vetch


Definition of narbonne vetch

  1. :  an annual vetch (Vicia narbonensis) that is native to southern Europe but used elsewhere as a forage crop and that has leafy stipules and leaves 34 inch or more broad

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Origin and Etymology of narbonne vetch

narbonne from Narbonne, France; narbonus New Latin, from Latin Narbon-, Narbo Narbonne

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