tobosa grass

noun to·bo·sa grass \təˈbōsə-\

Definition of tobosa grass

  1. :  a coarse range grass (Hilaria mutica) that is an important forage plant on semiarid plains and hills of the southwestern U.S. and adjacent Mexico

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Origin and Etymology of tobosa grass

perhaps after the Toboso Indians in northern Mexico, from Spanish, of American Indian origin


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