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From The Collaborative International Dictionary of English v.0.48 [gcide]:

Barnyard grass, for hay. South. {Panicum Grus-galli}. Bent, pasture and hay. {Agrostis}, several species. Bermuda grass, pasture. South. {Cynodon Dactylon}. Black bent. Same as {Switch grass} (below). Blue bent, hay. North and West. {Andropogon provincialis}. Blue grass, pasture. {Poa compressa}. Blue joint, hay. Northwest. {Aqropyrum glaucum}. Buffalo grass, grazing. Rocky Mts., etc. (a) {Buchlo["e] dectyloides}. (b) Same as {Grama grass} (below). Bunch grass, grazing. Far West. {Eriocoma}, {Festuca}, {Stips}, etc. Chess, or Cheat, a weed. {Bromus secalinus}, etc. Couch grass. Same as {Quick grass} (below). Crab grass, (a) Hay, in South. A weed, in North. {Panicum sanguinale}. (b) Pasture and hay. South. {Eleusine Indica}. Darnel (a) Bearded, a noxious weed. {Lolium temulentum}. (b) Common. Same as {Rye grass} (below). Drop seed, fair for forage and hay. {Muhlenbergia}, several species. English grass. Same as Redtop (below). Fowl meadow grass. (a) Pasture and hay. {Poa serotina}. (b) Hay, on moist land. {Gryceria nervata}. Gama grass, cut fodder. South. {Tripsacum dactyloides}. Grama grass, grazing. West and Pacific slope. {Bouteloua oligostachya}, etc. Great bunch grass, pasture and hay. Far West. {Festuca scabrella}. Guinea grass, hay. South. {Panicum jumentorum}. Herd's grass, in New England Timothy, in Pennsylvania and South Redtop. Indian grass. Same as {Wood grass} (below). Italian rye grass, forage and hay. {Lolium Italicum}. Johnson grass, grazing and hay. South and Southwest. {Sorghum Halepense}. Kentucky blue grass, pasture. {Poa pratensis}. Lyme grass, coarse hay. South. {Elymus}, several species. Manna grass, pasture and hay. {Glyceria}, several species. Meadow fescue, pasture and hay. {Festuca elatior}. Meadow foxtail, pasture, hay, lawn. North. {Alopecurus pratensis}. Meadow grass, pasture, hay, lawn. {Poa}, several species. Mesquite grass, or Muskit grass. Same as {Grama grass} (above). Nimble Will, a kind of drop seed. {Muhlenbergia diffsa}. Orchard grass, pasture and hay. {Dactylis glomerata}. Porcupine grass, troublesome to sheep. Northwest. {Stipa spartea}. Quaking grass, ornamental. {Briza media} and {maxima}. Quitch, or Quick, grass, etc., a weed. {Agropyrum repens}. Ray grass. Same as {Rye grass} (below). Redtop, pasture and hay. {Agrostis vulgaris}. Red-topped buffalo grass, forage. Northwest. {Poa tenuifolia}. Reed canary grass, of slight value. {Phalaris arundinacea}. Reed meadow grass, hay. North. {Glyceria aquatica}. Ribbon grass, a striped leaved form of {Reed canary grass}. Rye grass, pasture, hay. {Lolium perenne}, var. Seneca grass, fragrant basket work, etc. North. {Hierochloa borealis}. Sesame grass. Same as {Gama grass} (above). Sheep's fescue, sheep pasture, native in Northern Europe and Asia. {Festuca ovina}. Small reed grass, meadow pasture and hay. North. {Deyeuxia Canadensis}. Spear grass, Same as {Meadow grass} (above). Squirrel-tail grass, troublesome to animals. Seacoast and Northwest. {Hordeum jubatum}. Switch grass, hay, cut young. {Panicum virgatum}. Timothy, cut young, the best of hay. North. {Phleum pratense}. Velvet grass, hay on poor soil. South. {Holcus lanatus}. Vernal grass, pasture, hay, lawn. {Anthoxanthum odoratum}. Wire grass, valuable in pastures. {Poa compressa}. Wood grass, Indian grass, hay. {Chrysopogon nutans}.

Note: Many plants are popularly called grasses which are not true grasses botanically considered, such as black grass, goose grass, star grass, etc.

{Black grass}, a kind of small rush ({Juncus Gerardi}), growing in salt marshes, used for making salt hay.

{Grass of the Andes}, an oat grass, the {Arrhenatherum avenaceum} of Europe.

{Grass of Parnassus}, a plant of the genus {Parnassia} growing in wet ground. The European species is {Parnassia palustris}; in the United States there are several species.

{Grass bass} (Zool.), the calico bass.

{Grass bird}, the dunlin.

{Grass cloth}, a cloth woven from the tough fibers of the grass-cloth plant.

{Grass-cloth plant}, a perennial herb of the Nettle family ({B[oe]hmeria nivea} syn. {Urtica nivea}), which grows in Sumatra, China, and Assam, whose inner bark has fine and strong fibers suited for textile purposes.

{Grass finch}. (Zool.) (a) A common American sparrow ({Po["o]c[ae]tes gramineus}); -- called also {vesper sparrow} and {bay-winged bunting}. (b) Any Australian finch, of the genus {Po["e]phila}, of which several species are known.

{Grass lamb}, a lamb suckled by a dam running on pasture land and giving rich milk.

{Grass land}, land kept in grass and not tilled.

{Grass moth} (Zool.), one of many small moths of the genus {Crambus}, found in grass.

{Grass oil}, a fragrant essential volatile oil, obtained in India from grasses of the genus {Andropogon}, etc.; -- used in perfumery under the name of {citronella}, {ginger grass oil}, {lemon grass oil}, {essence of verbena} etc.

{Grass owl} (Zool.), a South African owl ({Strix Capensis}).

{Grass parrakeet} (Zool.), any of several species of Australian parrots, of the genus {Euphemia}; -- also applied to the zebra parrakeet.

{Grass plover} (Zool.), the upland or field plover.

{Grass poly} (Bot.), a species of willowwort ({Lythrum Hyssopifolia}). --Johnson.

{Crass quit} (Zool.), one of several tropical American finches of the genus {Euetheia}. The males have most of the head and chest black and often marked with yellow.

{Grass snake}. (Zool.) (a) The common English, or ringed, snake ({Tropidonotus natrix}). (b) The common green snake of the Northern United States. See {Green snake}, under {Green}.

{Grass snipe} (Zool.), the pectoral sandpiper ({Tringa maculata}); -- called also {jacksnipe} in America.

{Grass spider} (Zool.), a common spider ({Agelena n[ae]via}), which spins flat webs on grass, conspicuous when covered with dew.

{Grass sponge} (Zool.), an inferior kind of commercial sponge from Florida and the Bahamas.

{Grass table}. (Arch.) See {Earth table}, under {Earth}.

{Grass vetch} (Bot.), a vetch ({Lathyrus Nissolia}), with narrow grasslike leaves.

{Grass widow}. [Cf. Prov. R. an unmarried mother, G. strohwittwe a mock widow, Sw. gr[aum]senka a grass widow.] (a) An unmarried woman who is a mother. [Obs.] (b) A woman separated from her husband by abandonment or prolonged absence; a woman living apart from her husband. [Slang.]

{Grass wrack} (Bot.) eelgrass.

{To bring to grass} (Mining.), to raise, as ore, to the surface of the ground.

{To put to grass}, {To put out to grass}, to put out to graze a season, as cattle.

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