Sainfoin

[horse] Sainfoin (1887 – October 1911) was a British Thoroughbred racehorse that was the winner of the 1890 Epsom Derby and was the sire of Rock Sand, the tenth winner of the Triple Crown in 1903. ==Pedigree== Sainfoin was sired by Springfield out of the mare Sanda and was foaled at Hampton Court Stud, owned by Queen Victoria, in 1887. Mo...
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Sainfoin

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sainfoin

[n] - Eurasian perennial herb having pale pink flowers and curved pods
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Sainfoin

Sain'foin noun [ French, from sain wholesome (L. sanus ; see Sane .) + foin hay (L. fænum ); or perhaps from saint sacred (L. sanctus ; see Saint ) + foin hay.] (Botany) (a) A leguminous plant ( Onobrychis sativa
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sainfoin

<botany> A leguminous plant (Onobrychis sativa) cultivated for fodder. ... Alternative forms: saintfoin. ... A kind of tick trefoil (Desmodium Canadense). ... Origin: F, fr. Sain wholesome (L. Sanus; see Sane) + foin hay (L. Faenum); or perh. Fr. Saint sacred (L. Sanctus; see Saint) + foin hay. ... Source: Websters Dictionary ... (01 Mar 1998...
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sainfoin

sanfoin noun Eurasian perennial herb having pale pink flowers and curved pods; naturalized in Britain and North America grasslands on calcareous soils; important forage crop and source of honey in Britain
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Sainfoin

• (n.) A leguminous plant (Onobrychis sativa) cultivated for fodder. • (n.) A kind of tick trefoil (Desmodium Canadense).
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sainfoin

sainfoin (sān'foin) [Fr.,=holy hay], leguminous perennial herb (Onobrychis viciaefolia) of the family Leguminosae (pulse family) indigenous in S Europe and in temperate W Asia. Sainfoin has for centuries been widely cultivated in Europe as a forage crop. Although it was introduced into the...
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Sainfoin

Sainfoin (Onobrychis sativa) is a plant of the family Leguminosae with pink flowers used as fodder. It was introduced to Britain from France around the middle of the 17th century and used as a substitute for permanent pastures, producing very good hay.
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