from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Same as matweed.
- n. A European grass, Nardus stricta, which grows abundantly on moors and heaths in short tufts. It is worthless for agricultural purposes, except as affording a natural pasturage for sheep. Also called nard.
- n. In Australia, Manisuris compressa, a grass with creeping or ascending flattened stems, esteemed for pasturage and said to keep green the whole year in dry climates.
- n. Same as tussock-grass, 2.
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