Millet: (Heb. dohan; only in)
(Ezekiel 4:9) a small grain, the produce of the
Panicum miliaceum of botanists. It is universally cultivated in the
East as one of the smaller corn-grasses. This seed is the cenchros of
the Greeks. It is called in India warree, and by the Arabs dukhan,
and is extensively used for food, being often mixed with other grain.
In this country it is only used for feeding birds.