Meaning of ERS in English

ˈərs, ˈe(ə)rs noun

( -es )

Etymology: Middle French, from Old Provençal, from Late Latin ervor-, ervus, alteration of Latin ervum, probably of non-Indo-European origin like Old Saxon erwit pea, Old High German araweiz, arwiz, Old Norse ertr pea, Greek orobos chick-pea

: a vetch ( Vicia ervilia ) grown in Mediterranean and Asiatic countries as a forage plant and stock food — called also kersenneh

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