- alexius i,
- alexius i comnenus,
- alfalfa butterfly,
- alfalfa weevil,
- alfaro, flavio eloy
Origin of alfalfa
Examples from the Web for alfalfa
The Alfalfa Club dinner crowd in tiaras was the order of the night.
A small flowering plant in the pea family, Fabaceae, known as alfalfa.
They will concentrate instead on farming their 1,900 acres of alfalfa, 1,600 acres of corn, and 1,400 acres of soybeans.
They grew up as crop and dairy farmers in Iowa, tending corn, soy, alfalfa, hay, oats and clover.
To wit, Parvin has been a member of the Alfalfa Club for 26 years.
Health-seekers paid better than cattle or alfalfa she found.Travelers Five Along Life's Highway|Annie Fellows Johnston
It isn't any fraud—there ARE sections of the country that produce almost anything, from alfalfa to strawberries.The Flying U's Last Stand|B. M. Bower
It is also the standard pasture for swine where it can be grown, and where alfalfa is not a staple crop.Clovers and How to Grow Them|Thomas Shaw
Bob Johnson was stripping a stalk of alfalfa in his fingers.Whispering Smith|Frank H. Spearman
Hay and corn fodder are excellent winter forage; but alfalfa hay has proved to be the best dry food for both elk and deer.Fur Farming|A. R. Harding
Word Origin for alfalfa
1845, from Spanish alfalfa, earlier alfalfez, from Arabic al-fisfisa "fresh fodder."