Etymology
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ensilage (n.)

"mode of storing green fodder, etc., by burying it in pits or silos dug in the ground," 1879, from French ensilage, from ensiler "put in a silo," from Spanish ensilar (see silo).

updated on September 12, 2021

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Definitions of ensilage from WordNet

ensilage (n.)
fodder harvested while green and kept succulent by partial fermentation as in a silo;
Synonyms: silage
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