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Broomcorn Millet meaning in Urdu

Broomcorn Millet Synonyms

Broomcorn Millet Definitions

1) Broomcorn Millet, Hog Millet, Panicum Miliaceum : باجرے کی قسم : (noun) extensively cultivated in Europe and Asia for its grain and in United States sometimes for forage.


Useful Words

Cereal : غلہ , Billion-Dollar Grass : باجرے کا پودا , Glycine Max : سویابین , Rye : رائی کا پودا , Agropyron Pauciflorum : امریکی گھاس , Golden Gram : مونگ کی دال , Millet : باجرہ , French Honeysuckle : رسیلا یورپی پودا , Clinopodium Vulgare : ایک قسم کی بوٹی , Abutilon Theophrasti : چائنا جوٹ جڑی بوٹی , Hereford : انگلش مویشی , Agropyron Smithii : ایک نایاب اور قیمتی امریکی گھاس , Silver Lime : ایک بڑا درخت , Holcus Lanatus : یورپی لمبی گھاس , Agropyron Cristatum : گندم گھاس , Camellia Sinensis : چائے کا پودا , Carya Illinoensis : جنوبی امریکہ اور میکسیکو میں پایا جانے والا درخت , Muscadine : انگور کی بیل , Common Vetchling : جنگلی پیلا مٹر , Herd's Grass : لمبی گھاس , Abele : سفیدے کا درخت , Common Wheat : گندم , Beach Strawberry : امریکی توت فرنگی , Aleppo Grass : ایک لمبی گھاس , Confederate Rose : رنگ بدلنے والے پھول , Abelmoschus Esculentus : بھنڈی کا پودا , Eurasian : جس کا تعلق یورپ اور ایشیا سے ہو , Mediterranean : بحر روم , Air Potato : افریقی شکرقندی , Quinoa : ایک پودا جس کے بیج کھائے جاتے ہیں , Common Staghorn Fern : سرخس شاخ گوزنی

Useful Words Definitions

Cereal: grass whose starchy grains are used as food: wheat; rice; rye; oats; maize; buckwheat; millet.

Billion-Dollar Grass: coarse annual grass cultivated in Japan and southeastern Asia for its edible seeds and for forage; important wildlife food in United States.

Glycine Max: erect bushy hairy annual herb having trifoliate leaves and purple to pink flowers; extensively cultivated for food and forage and soil improvement but especially for its nutritious oil-rich seeds; native to Asia.

Rye: hardy annual cereal grass widely cultivated in northern Europe where its grain is the chief ingredient of black bread and in North America for forage and soil improvement.

Agropyron Pauciflorum: North American grass cultivated in western United States as excellent forage crop.

Golden Gram: erect bushy annual widely cultivated in warm regions of India and Indonesia and United States for forage and especially its edible seeds; chief source of bean sprouts used in Chinese cookery; sometimes placed in genus Phaseolus.

Millet: any of various small-grained annual cereal and forage grasses of the genera Panicum, Echinochloa, Setaria, Sorghum, and Eleusine.

French Honeysuckle: perennial of southern Europe cultivated for forage and for its nectar-rich pink flowers that make it an important honey crop.

Clinopodium Vulgare: aromatic herb having heads of small pink or whitish flowers; widely distributed in United States, Europe and Asia.

Abutilon Theophrasti: tall annual herb or subshrub of tropical Asia having velvety leaves and yellow flowers and yielding a strong fiber; naturalized in southeastern Europe and United States.

Hereford: hardy English breed of dairy cattle raised extensively in United States.

Agropyron Smithii: valuable forage grass of western United States.

Silver Lime: large tree native to eastern Europe and Asia Minor having leaves with white tomentum on the under side; widely cultivated as an ornamental.

Holcus Lanatus: tall European perennial grass having a velvety stem; naturalized in United States and used for forage.

Agropyron Cristatum: Eurasian grass grown in United States great plains area for forage and erosion control.

Camellia Sinensis: a tropical evergreen shrub or small tree extensively cultivated in e.g. China and Japan and India; source of tea leaves.

Carya Illinoensis: tree of southern United States and Mexico cultivated for its nuts.

Muscadine: native grape of southeastern United States; origin of many cultivated varieties.

Common Vetchling: scrambling perennial Eurasian wild pea having yellowish flowers and compressed seed pods; cultivated for forage.

Herd's Grass: grass with long cylindrical spikes grown in northern United States and Europe for hay.

Abele: a poplar that is widely cultivated in the United States; has white bark and leaves with whitish undersurfaces.

Common Wheat: widely cultivated in temperate regions in many varieties for its commercially important grain.

Beach Strawberry: wild strawberry of western United States and South America; source of many varieties of cultivated strawberries.

Aleppo Grass: tall perennial grass that spreads by creeping rhizomes and is grown for fodder; naturalized in southern United States where it is a serious pest on cultivated land.

Confederate Rose: Chinese shrub or small tree having white or pink flowers becoming deep red at night; widely cultivated; naturalized in southeastern United States.

Abelmoschus Esculentus: tall coarse annual of Old World tropics widely cultivated in southern United States and West Indies for its long mucilaginous green pods used as basis for soups and stews; sometimes placed in genus Hibiscus.

Eurasian: relating to, or coming from, Europe and Asia.

Mediterranean: Inland sea between Europe and Africa and Asia.

Air Potato: yam of tropical Africa and Asia cultivated for it large tubers.

Quinoa: Quinoa (pronounced keen-wah) is a grain-like seed that is often referred to as a "superfood" due to its numerous health benefits and nutritional value. It has been cultivated and consumed for thousands of years, primarily in the Andean region of South America, where it originated..

Common Staghorn Fern: commonly cultivated fern of Australia and southeastern Asia and Polynesia.

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