dichondra definition by Webster's New World
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any of a genus (Dichondra) of creeping vines of the morning-glory family, sometimes cultivated in warm climates as ground cover
Origin: Modern Latin ; from di- (see di-) plush Classical Greek chondros, grain (see chondro-)
dichondra definition by American Heritage Dictionary
A small creeping herb (Dichondra micrantha) commercially cultivated as a substitute for lawn grass.
Origin: New Latin, genus name : di-1 + Greek khondros, granule; see chondro-.