alyce clover

al′yce clo′ver

(ˈæl ɪs)
a plant, Alysicarpus vaginalis, of the legume family, native to central Asia and grown in warm regions as forage.
[1940–45; probably by folk etym. from New Latin Alysicarpus the genus name]
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