A field of fescue grass.
fescue definition by Webster's New World
- Rare a long stick, straw, etc., used as a teacher's pointer
- any of a genus (Festuca) of grasses, many of which are used in the temperate zone as lawn and pasture grasses
Origin: Middle English festu ; from Old French ; from Classical Latin festuca, a straw, blade of grass
fescue definition by American Heritage Dictionary
Origin: Alteration of Middle English festu, straw, from Old French, from Late Latin festūcum, from Latin festūca.