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melick Line breaks: mel¦ick
Pronunciation: /ˈmɛlɪk/

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Definition of melick in English:

noun

A grass with purplish florets, occurring in temperate woodland.
  • Genus Melica, family Gramineae: many species

Origin

Late 18th century: from modern Latin melica, perhaps from Italian melica 'sorghum'.

Words that rhyme with melick

angelic, archangelic, evangelic, melic, philatelic, psychedelic, relic

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