cultivar

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EtymologyEdit

Blend of cultivated +‎ variety.

NounEdit

cultivar ‎(plural cultivars)

  1. A cultivated variety of a plant species or hybrid of two species.

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EtymologyEdit

From Medieval Latin cultivāre, present active infinitive of cultivō ‎(till, cultivate), from cultīvus ‎(tilled), from Latin cultus, perfect passive participle of colō ‎(till, cultivate).

VerbEdit

cultivar ‎(first-person singular present cultivo, past participle cultivat)

  1. (agriculture) to cultivate; to grow (plants, etc.)

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cultivar

  1. to cultivate

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EtymologyEdit

From Medieval Latin cultivāre, present active infinitive of cultivō ‎(till, cultivate), from cultīvus ‎(tilled), from Latin cultus, perfect passive participle of colō ‎(till, cultivate).

VerbEdit

cultivar ‎(first-person singular present indicative cultivo, past participle cultivado)

  1. (agriculture) to cultivate; to grow (plants, etc.)

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EtymologyEdit

From Medieval Latin cultivāre, present active infinitive of cultivō ‎(till, cultivate), from cultīvus ‎(tilled), from Latin cultus, perfect passive participle of colō ‎(till, cultivate).

VerbEdit

cultivar ‎(first-person singular present cultivo, first-person singular preterite cultivé, past participle cultivado)

  1. (agriculture) to cultivate; to grow (plants, etc.)
  2. (botany, agriculture) cultivar

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