Fen"u*greek (? ∨ ?), n. [L. faenum Graecum, lit., Greek hay: cf. F. fenugrec. Cf. Fennel.] Bot.
A plant (trigonella Fenum Graecum) cultivated for its strong-smelling seeds, which are
"now only used for giving false importance to horse medicine and damaged hay." J. Smith (Pop. Names of Plants, 1881).
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