durra definition by Webster's New World
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a variety of grain-producing sorghum (Sorghum bicolor) widely grown in Asia and Africa
durra definition by American Heritage Dictionary
also dou·ra or dou·rahnoun
A cereal grain (Sorghum bicolor) of Asia and northern Africa, much cultivated in dry regions. Also called Egyptian corn.
Origin: Arabic ḏura, grain; see ḏrw in Semitic roots.