Definition of Proso
1. millet [n -SOS] - See also: millet
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Proso
Literary usage of Proso
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. A Manual of Farm Grasses by Albert Spear Hitchcock (1921)
"proso MILLET proso or proso millet is commonly grown in Europe and western ... Although proso can be grown successfully in many parts of the United States, ..."
2. Forage Crops for Soiling, Silage, Hay and Pasture by Edward Burnett Voorhees (1917)
"8.28 165.6 1324.8 BROOM-CORN OR proso MILLET (Figs. 13, 14) The Broom-corn or Panicle millets (Panicum miliaceum) is not widely known as a farm crop in this ..."
3. Catalogue of Sanskrit and Pali Books in the British Museumby Ernst Anton Max Haas, Cecil Bendall, Lionel David Barnett, British Museum Department of Oriental Printed Books and Manuscripts by Ernst Anton Max Haas, Cecil Bendall, Lionel David Barnett, British Museum Department of Oriental Printed Books and Manuscripts (1893)
"... with frequent quotations in proso and verse from the original Sanskrit text.] pp. iv. 2, 575. lith. g5<sHa <AS9 [Lucknow, 1877.] ob/. 8°. 14033. с. 25. ..."
4. Agricultural Economics: A Selection of Materials in which Economic by Edwin Griswold Nourse (1916)
"It is a great advantage to have a grain like proso, that can be sown in the spring ... The value of proso as a feed for cattle, sheep, and swine has been ..."