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berseem

[ ber-seem ]
/ bərˈsim /
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noun

a clover, Trifolium alexandrinum, of Egypt and Syria, grown for forage in the southwestern U.S.

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Also called Egyptian clover.

Origin of berseem

1900–05; <dialectal Arabic barsīm<Coptic bersim, equivalent to ebra seed (<Demotic Egyptian prt<Egyptian ptr) + sim herbs (<Demotic Egyptian sm<Egyptian smw)
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British Dictionary definitions for berseem

berseem
/ (bɜːˈsiːm) /

noun

a Mediterranean clover, Trifolium alexandrinum, grown as a forage crop and to improve the soil in the southwestern US and the Nile valleyAlso called: Egyptian clover

Word Origin for berseem

C20: from Arabic barsīm, from Coptic bersīm
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