Definition of milo in English:

milo

Syllabification: mi·lo
Pronunciation: /ˈmīlō
 
/

noun

Sorghum of a drought-resistant variety that is an important grain in the central US, Africa, and Asia.
More example sentences
  • What cereal grains other than corn, wheat, oats, milo, or barley may be available?
  • The diet was primarily finely rolled milo, with sorghum silage, soybean meal, urea, and ammonium sulfate.
  • But Schmidt still sells half of his 2,000 acres of crops - milo, irrigated corn, and beans - through NFO.

Origin

late 19th century: from Sesotho maili.

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