rockahominy

noun rock·a·hom·i·ny \ ˌräkəˈhämənē \

Definition of rockahominy

obsolete
: parched corn finely ground

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Origin and Etymology of rockahominy

perhaps from rokahamĕn (in some Algonquian language of Virginia


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