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timothy

or tim·othy grass

[ tim-uh-thee ]
/ ˈtɪm ə θi /
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noun, plural tim·o·thies.
a coarse grass, Phleum pratense, having cylindrical spikes, used as fodder.
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Origin of timothy

First recorded in 1730–40; named after Timothy Hanson, American farmer who cultivated it in the early 18th century

Other definitions for timothy (2 of 2)

Timothy
[ tim-uh-thee ]
/ ˈtɪm ə θi /

noun
a disciple and companion of the apostle Paul, to whom Paul is supposed to have addressed two Epistles.
either of these Epistles, I Timothy or II Timothy. Abbreviation: I Tim., II Tim.
a male given name.
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British Dictionary definitions for timothy

Timothy
/ (ˈtɪməθɪ) /

noun New Testament
Saint. a disciple of Paul, who became leader of the Christian community at Ephesus. Feast day: Jan 26 or 22
either of the two books addressed to him (in full The First and Second Epistles of Paul the Apostle to Timothy), containing advice on pastoral matters
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