cynodon definition

  • noun:
    • a genus of creeping perennial grasses of tropical and southern Africa.
    • A small genus of grasses, low creeping perennials, with digitate, one-sided surges: so named from its sharp-pointed under-ground shoots. The main species is C. Dactylon, the popular and commonly distributed Bermuda grass.
    • In zoology, a genus of evidently canine fossil mammals, of uncertain place.
    • creeping perennial grasses of tropical and southern Africa
    • a genus of creeping perennial grasses of tropical and south Africa.
    • a little genus of grasses, reasonable creeping perennials, with digitate, one-sided spikes: so named from its sharp-pointed under-ground propels. The main species is C. Dactylon, the well-known and commonly distributed Bermuda grass.
    • In zoology, a genus of apparently canine fossil animals, of uncertain position.
    • creeping perennial grasses of tropical and south Africa

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