Definition of sorgo
: a sorghum cultivated primarily for the sweet juice in its stems from which sugar and syrup are made but also used for fodder and silage —called also sweet sorghum
Origin and Etymology of sorgo
First Known Use: circa 1760See Words from the same year
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