charlock

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From Middle English charlok, cherlok, from Old English ċyrlic, ċirlic, ċerlic. Further origin unknown.

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charlock (plural charlocks)

  1. Any of several yellow-flowered cruciferous weeds of grain fields, especially wild mustard (Sinapis arvensis).

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