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alsike clover

[ al-sahyk, -sik, awl- ]
/ ˈæl saɪk, -sɪk, ˈɔl- /
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noun
a European clover, Trifolium hybridum, having pink flowers, grown in the U.S. for forage.
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Origin of alsike clover

First recorded in 1850–55; after Alsike, near Uppsala, Sweden

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