goat's rue definition

  • noun:
    • A North American plant (Tephrosia virginiana) having great yellowish plants marked with purple and grouped in a terminal raceme or panicle.
    • A North United states plant (Tephrosia virginiana) having great yellow plants marked with purple and grouped in a terminal raceme or panicle.
    • A Eurasian plant (Galega officinalis) developed for the showy, variously coloured plants or as food for livestock.
    • A North American plant (Tephrosia virginiana) having large yellowish flowers marked with purple and grouped in a terminal raceme or panicle.
    • A Eurasian plant (Galega officinalis) developed for its showy, variously colored blossoms or as food for livestock.
    • A North United states plant (Tephrosia virginiana) having large yellowish blossoms marked with purple and grouped in a terminal raceme or panicle.
    • a leguminous plant (Galega officinalis of Europe, or Tephrosia Virginiana in the usa).
    • A Eurasian plant (Galega officinalis) cultivated because of its showy, variously colored blossoms or as food for livestock.
    • A North US plant (Tephrosia virginiana) having great yellow flowers marked with purple and grouped in a terminal raceme or panicle.
    • See under Goat.
    • a leguminous plant (Galega officinalis of Europe, or Tephrosia Virginiana in the usa).
    • A Eurasian plant (Galega officinalis) cultivated because of its showy, variously coloured blossoms or as food for livestock.
    • See under Goat.
    • perennial subshrub of eastern the united states having downy leaves yellow and rose plants and; way to obtain rotenone
    • a leguminous plant (Galega officinalis of European countries, or Tephrosia Virginiana in the United States).
    • perennial subshrub of east united states having downy leaves yellowish and rose plants and; source of rotenone
    • tall bushy European perennial grown for its pinnate vegetation and slender surges of blue plants; often utilized medicinally
    • See under Goat.
    • high bushy European perennial grown because of its pinnate vegetation and slender surges of blue blossoms; often utilized medicinally
    • perennial subshrub of eastern North America having downy leaves yellow and rose flowers and; source of rotenone
    • a leguminous plant (Galega officinalis of European countries, or Tephrosia Virginiana in america).
    • high bushy European perennial grown for the pinnate vegetation and slender spikes of blue plants; sometimes made use of medicinally
    • See under Goat.
    • perennial subshrub of east the united states having downy leaves yellow and rose blossoms and; source of rotenone
    • high bushy European perennial grown because of its pinnate foliage and slender surges of blue blossoms; occasionally utilized medicinally
    • A Eurasian plant (Galega officinalis) developed for its showy, variously colored flowers or as meals for livestock.
    • a leguminous plant (Galega officinalis of Europe, or Tephrosia Virginiana in america).
    • See under Goat.
    • perennial subshrub of eastern the united states having downy leaves yellowish and rose plants and; source of rotenone
    • tall bushy European perennial grown because of its pinnate vegetation and slender surges of blue blossoms; often made use of medicinally
    • A North United states plant (Tephrosia virginiana) having great yellow flowers marked with purple and grouped in a terminal raceme or panicle.
    • A Eurasian plant (Galega officinalis) cultivated for its showy, variously coloured blossoms or as meals for livestock.
    • a leguminous plant (Galega officinalis of European countries, or Tephrosia Virginiana in the United States).
    • See under Goat.
    • perennial subshrub of east united states having downy leaves yellow and rose blossoms and; way to obtain rotenone
    • tall bushy European perennial grown for the pinnate vegetation and slender surges of blue blossoms; occasionally used medicinally
    • A North American plant (Tephrosia virginiana) having great yellowish blossoms marked with purple and grouped in a terminal raceme or panicle.
    • A North United states plant (Tephrosia virginiana) having large yellowish blossoms marked with purple and grouped in a terminal raceme or panicle.
    • A Eurasian plant (Galega officinalis) cultivated for its showy, variously coloured blossoms or as food for livestock.
    • A Eurasian plant (Galega officinalis) developed for the showy, variously coloured flowers or as meals for livestock.
    • a leguminous plant (Galega officinalis of European countries, or Tephrosia Virginiana in the us).
    • a leguminous plant (Galega officinalis of Europe, or Tephrosia Virginiana in the us).
    • See under Goat.
    • See under Goat.
    • perennial subshrub of eastern North America having downy leaves yellow and rose plants and; supply of rotenone
    • perennial subshrub of east North America having downy leaves yellow and rose blossoms and; supply of rotenone
    • high bushy European perennial grown because of its pinnate vegetation and slender surges of blue blossoms; often used medicinally
    • tall bushy European perennial grown for the pinnate foliage and slender surges of blue plants; occasionally utilized medicinally
    • A North United states plant (Tephrosia virginiana) having large yellowish flowers marked with purple and grouped in a terminal raceme or panicle.
    • A North American plant (Tephrosia virginiana) having great yellowish flowers marked with purple and grouped in a terminal raceme or panicle.
    • A Eurasian plant (Galega officinalis) cultivated for the showy, variously colored plants or as food for livestock.
    • A North United states plant (Tephrosia virginiana) having great yellow blossoms marked with purple and grouped in a terminal raceme or panicle.
    • A Eurasian plant (Galega officinalis) developed for the showy, variously coloured blossoms or as food for livestock.
    • a leguminous plant (Galega officinalis of European countries, or Tephrosia Virginiana in the United States).
    • a leguminous plant (Galega officinalis of European countries, or Tephrosia Virginiana in the us).
    • A Eurasian plant (Galega officinalis) developed because of its showy, variously coloured plants or as meals for livestock.
    • View under Goat.
    • See under Goat.
    • a leguminous plant (Galega officinalis of European countries, or Tephrosia Virginiana in the us).
    • perennial subshrub of east North America having downy leaves yellow and rose blossoms and; source of rotenone
    • perennial subshrub of east united states having downy leaves yellowish and rose flowers and; way to obtain rotenone
    • See under Goat.
    • tall bushy European perennial grown for the pinnate vegetation and slender surges of blue plants; occasionally used medicinally
    • tall bushy European perennial grown for the pinnate foliage and slim spikes of blue flowers; often made use of medicinally
    • perennial subshrub of eastern the united states having downy leaves yellow and rose blossoms and; supply of rotenone
    • high bushy European perennial grown for its pinnate vegetation and slender spikes of blue plants; sometimes utilized medicinally
    • A North American plant (Tephrosia virginiana) having great yellowish flowers marked with purple and grouped in a terminal raceme or panicle.
    • A North American plant (Tephrosia virginiana) having large yellowish plants marked with purple and grouped in a terminal raceme or panicle.
    • A Eurasian plant (Galega officinalis) cultivated because of its showy, variously colored flowers or as meals for livestock.
    • A Eurasian plant (Galega officinalis) cultivated because of its showy, variously coloured flowers or as food for livestock.
    • a leguminous plant (Galega officinalis of Europe, or Tephrosia Virginiana in the usa).
    • a leguminous plant (Galega officinalis of European countries, or Tephrosia Virginiana in the us).
    • See under Goat.
    • See under Goat.
    • perennial subshrub of east North America having downy leaves yellow and rose plants and; source of rotenone
    • perennial subshrub of eastern North America having downy leaves yellow and rose blossoms and; supply of rotenone
    • high bushy European perennial grown for the pinnate foliage and slender surges of blue plants; often utilized medicinally
    • high bushy European perennial grown for the pinnate vegetation and slender spikes of blue flowers; often utilized medicinally

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