sin·se·mil·la (sĭn′sə-mēyə, -mĭlə) also sen·si·mil·la (sĕn′sə-mēyə, -mĭlə)
A highly potent form of marijuana obtained from unpollinated female plants.
[Spanish : sin, without (from Latin sine) + semilla, seed (from Old Spanish dialectal semilia, alteration of Late Latin sēminia, neuter pl. of sēminium, from sēmen; see SEMEN).]
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