a European plant, Erodium cicutarium, of the geranium family, grown for forage in the U.S.
There had been many winter snows and spring rains, so that the alfilaria covered the hills with a carpet of grass.
Mavericks William MacLeod Raine
The Geranium, like the alfilaria, has a fruit resembling the long beak of the crane or stork.
Flowers of Mountain and Plain Edith S. Clements
a geraniaceous plant, Erodium cicutarium, native to Europe, with finely divided leaves and small pink or purplish flowers. It is widely naturalized in North America and is used as fodder Also called pin clover
a fertile soil of humid regions that occurs worldwide, especially where native broadleaf forests were established, and is highly productive for agriculture.
Also called Great Alföld. a vast plain in E Hungary, extending to the border of Ukraine and into Serbia and W Romania. . Historical Examples alfold, too, has a great old yew-tree, one of a row of three in the Fold churchyards. Highways and Byways in Surrey Eric Parker Has it ever been noticed that […]
alfl language A lazy function language. A weakly typed, lazy functional language developed by Paul Hudak email@example.com of Yale in 1983. Alfl is implemented as a Scheme preprocessor for the Orbit compiler, by transforming laziness into force-and-delay. [“Alfl Reference Manual and Programmer’s Guide”, P. Hudak, YALEU/DCS/RR322, Yale U, Oct 1984]. See also ParAlfl. (1995-04-24)
(Alfonso Henriques) 1109?–85, first king of Portugal 1139–85. 1432–81, king of Portugal 1438–81. (“Alfonso the Wise”) 1221–84, king of Castile 1252–84. 1857–85, king of Spain 1874–85. 1886–1941, king of Spain 1886–1930. Contemporary Examples For Gravity, alfonso Cuarón became the first Latino director to win the Best Director prize. The Changing Color of the Oscars: ’12 […]