a brown and white North American sparrow, Ammodramus savannarum, having a buffy breast and a buzzing insectlike song.
[gras, grahs] /græs, grɑs/ noun 1. any plant of the family Gramineae, having jointed stems, sheathing leaves, and seedlike grains. Compare . 2. such plants collectively, as when cultivated in lawns or used as pasture for grazing animals or cut and dried as hay. 3. the grass-covered ground. 4. pasture: Half the farm is grass. […]
[gras-land, grahs-] /ˈgræsˌlænd, ˈgrɑs-/ noun 1. an area, as a prairie, in which the natural vegetation consists largely of perennial , characteristic of subhumid and semiarid climates. 2. with growing on it, especially farmland used for grazing or pasture. /ˈɡrɑːsˌlænd/ noun 1. land, such as a prairie, on which grass predominates 2. land reserved for […]
[grahs-muh n, -mahn; German grahs-mahn] /ˈgrɑs mən, -mɑn; German ˈgrɑsˌmɑn/ noun 1. Hermann Günther [her-mahn gyn-tuh r] /ˈhɛr mɑn ˈgün tər/ (Show IPA), 1809–77, German mathematician and linguist.
- Grass moth
noun 1. any of a large subfamily of small night-flying pyralid moths, esp Crambus pratellus, that during the day cling to grass stems