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herbage (n.)

late 14c., "pasture-plants, non-woody plants collectively," from Old French erbage "grass; pasture" (Modern French herbage), or directly from Medieval Latin herbagium; see herb + -age. In law, the natural pasture as distinct from the land itself.

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Definitions of herbage

herbage (n.)
succulent herbaceous vegetation of pasture land;
Synonyms: pasturage
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