Wednesday, May 9, 2012


wheat: noun, often attributive \ˈhwēt, ˈwēt\

1: a cereal grain that yields a fine white flour used chiefly in breads, baked goods (as cakes and crackers), and pastas (as macaroni or spaghetti), and is important in animal feeds

: any of various Old World annual grasses (genus Triticum,especially T. aestivum and T. turgidum) of wide climatic adaptability that are cultivated in most temperate areas for the wheat they yield

3: a light yellow

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