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1corn

noun, often attributive \ˈkrn\

Definition of CORN

1
chiefly dialect :  a small hard particle :  grain
2
:  a small hard seed —usually used in combination <peppercorn> <barleycorn>
3
British :  the grain of a cereal grass that is the primary crop of a region (as wheat in Britain and oats in Scotland and Ireland); also :  a plant that produces corn
4
a :  a tall annual cereal grass (Zea mays) originally domesticated in Mexico and widely grown for its large elongated ears of starchy seeds —called also Indian corn, maize
b :  the typically yellow or whitish seeds of corn used especially as food for humans and livestock
c :  an ear of corn with or without its leafy outer covering
6
a :  something (as writing, music, or acting) that is corny
b :  the quality or state of being corny :  corniness
7
:  corn snow

Origin of CORN

Middle English, from Old English; akin to Old High German & Old Norse korn grain, Latin granum
First Known Use: before 12th century

Rhymes with CORN

2corn

verb

Definition of CORN

transitive verb
1
:  to form into grains :  granulate
2
a :  to preserve or season with salt in grains
b :  to cure or preserve in brine containing preservatives and often seasonings <corned beef>
3
:  to feed with corn

First Known Use of CORN

1560

3corn

noun

Definition of CORN

:  a local hardening and thickening of epidermis (as on a toe)

Origin of CORN

Middle English corne, from Anglo-French, horn, from Latin cornu horn, point — more at horn
First Known Use: 15th century

corn

noun \ˈk(ə)rn\   (Medical Dictionary)

Medical Definition of CORN

:  a local hardening and thickening of epidermis (as on a toe)

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