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1. A low-growing, weedy grass (Paspalum distichum) with spikelets arranged in two rows along the rachis.
2. Any of several weedy plants of the genus Polygonum having stems with nodes.
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1. (Plants) Also called: allseed a polygonaceous weedy plant, Polygonum aviculare, whose small green flowers produce numerous seeds
2. (Plants) any of several related plants
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1. a common knotweed, Polygonum aviculare, with small leaves and dry fruit that are eaten by birds.
2. a widespread creeping grass, Paspalum distichum, that forms large mats in shallow waters and ditches.
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|Noun||1.||knotgrass - low-growing weedy grass with spikelets along the leaf stems|
grass - narrow-leaved green herbage: grown as lawns; used as pasture for grazing animals; cut and dried as hay
genus Paspalum - a genus of perennial grasses of warm regions
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n (Bot) → Knöterich m
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knotgrass[ˈnɒtˌgrɑːs] n → centinodia
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