Cock's-Foot, or Cock's-foot Grass, or Da6iylis, L. a genus of plants comprising seven species of of which two are indigenous :— 1. The Stricta, or Smooth Cock's-foot Grass, which grows in marshes, and on the sea-coast. It is principally found in the eastern and southern parts of England, is perennial, and flowers in the month of August. 2. The Glomes ata, or Rough Cock's-foot Grass, which thrives in pastures and in shady places, under the drippings of trees. This plant is also perennial, is in flower from June to August, and grows to the height of four or five feet, when seeding. It is somewhat coarse, but very luxuriant, especially in the leaves, which are often two feet long : they are eaten by horses, sheep, and goats, but particularly by cows, which are extremely fond of them, when growing on a rich soil. Dogs and cats Instinctively search for and swallow this herb, when they incline to vomit, or to envelope the splinters of bones collected in their stomach.