sinsemilla

[sin-suh-mil-uh]
noun
marijuana from seedless female hemp plants that contain very high levels of THC.

Origin:
1975–80; < American Spanish, equivalent to Spanish sin without (< Latin sine) + semilla seed, apparently continuation of Old Spanish dialect semilia, by dissimilation from Late Latin sēminia, neuter plural (taken as feminine singular) of sēminium, derivative of Latin sēmen seed, semen

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sinsemilla (ˌsɪnsəˈmiːljə)
 
n
1.  a type of marijuana with a very high narcotic content
2.  the plant from which it is obtained
 
[C20: from American Spanish, literally: without seed]

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sinsemilla
potent strain of marijuana, 1975, from Mex.Sp., lit. "without seed."
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By growing high-potency sinsemilla, domestic marijuana growers provide a product that easily competes with other suppliers.
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