from The Century Dictionary.
- noun A plant, Dactyloctenium Ægyptiacum, distinguished as little crowfoot, a low creeping grass of warm climates, common in the southern United States. It is a weed of cultivated grounds, but sometimes cut for hay. The name, as with other crowfoot-grasses, refers to the digitate inflorescence.
- noun The similar but larger Eleusine Indica, also called goose-grass, yard-grass, wire-grass, etc. See
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