bannock

noun ban·nock \ ˈba-nək \
Updated on: 6 Nov 2017

Definition of bannock

1 : a usually unleavened flat bread or biscuit made with oatmeal or barley meal
2 chiefly New England : corn bread; especially : a thin cake baked on a griddle

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Origin and Etymology of bannock

Middle English bannok, from Old English bannuc


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