• Definition for "emmer"
    • A Eurasian grain (Triticum dicoccum) first developed because…
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emmer definition

  • noun:
    • A Eurasian grain (Triticum dicoccum) first developed because of the Babylonians and today extensively grown as a cereal grain so that as livestock feed. Also called starch grain, two-grained spelt.
    • A species of wheat, Triticum dicoccum.
    • a tough red grain (Triticum dicoccum) cultivated especially in Russia and Germany; also cultivated in the U. S. as stock feed.
    • A species of wheat, Triticum dicoccum; amel-corn.
    • tough purple wheat grown particularly in Russia and Germany; in united states of america as stock feed
    • A Eurasian wheat (Triticum dicoccum) very first cultivated because of the Babylonians now extensively cultivated as a cereal grain and also as livestock feed. Also called starch grain, two-grained spelt.
    • A species of wheat, Triticum dicoccum.
    • a tough red grain (Triticum dicoccum) cultivated especially in Russia and Germany; in addition grown when you look at the U. S. as stock feed.
    • A species of grain, Triticum dicoccum; amel-corn.
    • difficult red wheat cultivated particularly in Russia and Germany; in US as stock feed
    • A Eurasian wheat (Triticum dicoccum) very first developed by the Babylonians now extensively cultivated as a cereal grain and also as livestock feed. Also called starch wheat, two-grained spelt.
    • A species of grain, Triticum dicoccum.
    • a tough red wheat (Triticum dicoccum) cultivated particularly in Russia and Germany; also cultivated into the U. S. as stock feed.
    • A species of grain, Triticum dicoccum; amel-corn.
    • hard purple wheat grown particularly in Russia and Germany; in united states of america as stock feed
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