noun se·rici·culture \sə̇ˈrisəˌkəlchə(r), ˈserəsə-\

Definition of sericiculture

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Origin and Etymology of sericiculture

French sériciculture, from Latin sericum silk + French culture, from Middle French — more at sericeous

First Known Use: 1839

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