One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
1obsolete, rare The carnation sedge, Carex panicea, of Eurasia (obsolete rare).
2rare The windmill grass, Chloris ventricosa, of eastern Australia (now rare).
3Any of several blue-eyed grasses (genus Sisyrinchium).
Early 19th century.
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