Medicago

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From Latin medica (a kind of clover introduced from Media; burgundy clover, lucern (Medicago sativa)), from Ancient Greek Μηδικὴ (πόα) (Mēdikḕ (póa), Median (grass)) +‎ -ago

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Medicago f

  1. A taxonomic genus within the family Fabaceae – legumes known as medick or burclover, including alfalfa.

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