Definition of serradella
: a Eurasian annual herb (Ornithopus sativus) of the family Leguminosae with pinnate leaves and long-stalked honey-producing flowers that is used for forage and green manure —called also bird's-foot
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Origin and Etymology of serradella
Portuguese serradela, from Latin serratula betony, from serratus serrate
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