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İngilizce - Türkçe

Mısır ekmeği, muffin pankek ile iyi gider. - Cornbread goes well in cupcake pans.

Genetik mühendisliği sayesinde, mısır kendi böcek ilaçlarını üretir. - Through genetic engineering, corn can produce its own pesticides.

{i} İng. buğday; hububat, tahıl
(Tıp) com

Bütün aile dışarıda ekin biçiyordu. - The whole family was out harvesting the corn.


Kör bir tavuk bile bir mısır tanesini bulabilir. - Even a blind chicken can find a grain of corn.

{i} yulaf İrlan
(Tıp) Boynuz, callum cornu(s)
(Tıp) Nasır, klavus
{i} tahıl tanesi
{f} kurutmak (tuzlayıp)
{i} Iskoç
{i} buğday [İng.]
{i} mısır viskisi
(isim) ekin; mısır; tahıl; buğday [İng.]; yulaf (İrlan., Iskoç.), tahıl tanesi; mısır viskisi; nasır
{f} salamura etmek
(Tıp) korn

LASIK, kornea yüzeyini düzeltmek için kullanılan bir lazerdir. - In LASIK, a laser is used to adjust the surface of the cornea.

Galce, Kornişce ve Bretonca'nın hepsi yakından ilişkilidir. - Welsh, Cornish and Breton are all closely related.

mısır özü
corn kernels
(Gıda) kırıklı mısır
corn beef
konserve sığır eti
corn bread
mısır ekmeği
corn chandler
zahire tüccarı
corn cockle
corn crake
bıldırcın kılavuzu
corn flour
mısır unu
corn flour
corn husk
mısır kabuğu
corn oil
mısır yağı
corn poppy
gelincik çiçeği
corn silk
mısır püskülü
corn sugar
mısır şekeri
corn syrup
corn whiskey
mısır viskisi
corn ball
mısır topu
corn cake
Bir tür mısır ekmeği
corn chip
Mısır unundan yapılan, gevrek bir yiyecek
corn chips
mısır cipsi
corn cobs
mısır cobs
corn dog
mısır köpek
corn exchange
tahıl borsası
corn fed
mısır beslenen
corn flake
mısır pul
corn flakes
mısır gevreği
corn flower
mısır çiçek
corn gluten
mısır gluten
corn grits
(Gıda) Mısır irmiği
corn hole
mısır delik
corn husker
Mısır Koçanının yeşil kabuklarını ve püsküllerini soyan makinanın adı
corn laws
mısır yasaları
corn oil
mısırözü yağı
corn on cob
çob üzerinde mısır
corn on the cob
kocanda mısır
corn pone
mısır mısır ekmeği
corn sack
mısır çuvalı

he had carried the corn-sacks to the mill indefatigably for many long years .

corn salad
mısır salatası
corn smut
mısır açık saçık
corn starch
mısır nişastası
corn tassel
Mısır püskülü
corn whisky
mısır viskisi
corn yield
mısır verimi
corn-cob holder
mısır koçanı sahibi
corn based starch milk
(Ticaret) mısır bazlı nişasta sütü
corn belt
mısır yetiştiren bölge,mısır yetiştirilen bölge
corn borer
corn cake
saçta pişirilen mısır ekmeği
corn cell
(Tıp) corti hücresi
corn chowder
mısır çorbası
corn germ meal
(Tarım) mısır özü küspesi
corn lily
gelin soğanı
corn marigold
corn meal soup
(Gıda) tıntış çorbası
corn mill
mısır değirmeni
corn muffin
mısır unundan yapılan ufak, yuvarlak ve tuzlu bir ekmek türü
corn oil
(Gıda) mısıryağı
corn on the cob
(Gıda) koçanda mısır
corn poppy
corn rose
corn semolina
(Tarım) mısır irmiği
corn stalk
mısır sapı
corn stalk
buğday sapı
corn stalk
uzun boylu ve kıvrak kimse
pop corn
(Gıda) patlamış mısır
sweet corn
tane mısır
Indian corn
corn syrup
(Ticaret) mısır şurubu
corn syrup
mısır pekmezi
crocked corn
(Gıda) kırıklı mısır
flint corn
sert mısır
indian corn
sweet corn
sweet corn plant
(Botanik, Bitkibilim) tane mısır
sweet corn plant
(Botanik, Bitkibilim) mısır
barley corn
arpa tanesi
field corn
hayvan yemi olarak yetiştirilen mısır
field corn
hayvan yemi için yetiştirilen mısır
green corn
yeşil mısır
guinea corn
bir çeşit darı
indian corn
seed corn
tohumluk mısır
sweet corn
tatlı mısır
candy corn
şeker mısır
salamura yapma
dent corn
göçük mısır
ground corn (maize)
yer mısır (mısır)
high-fructose corn syrup
Yüksek fruktozlu mısır şurubu
pepper corn
biber mısır
souce corn chips
soslu mısır
which is fed corn
hangi mısır beslenir
salamura edilmi
(sıfat) salamura
field corn
(Tarım) yemlik mısır
indian corn
İng. mısır
indian corn in clear soup
(Gıda) taze mısır çorbası
seed corn
tohumluk mısır [amer.]
seed corn
tohumluk buğday [brit.]
sweet corn
tatlı bir mısır türü
İngilizce - İngilizce
To provide with corn (typically maize) for feed. e.g. Corn the horses
A grain or seed
Something (e.g. acting, humour, music, or writing) which is deemed old-fashioned or intended to induce emotion (Adjective: corny)."." Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary. Cambridge University Press

The bulk of this humor was pure corn, but as hillbilly material it was meant to be that way.

The grain obtained from a plant, especially of cereal crops
To preserve using coarse salt, e.g. corned beef
To granulate - form a substance into grains
A cereal plant grown for its grain. This usually refers to the main such plant grown in the region, such as oats in parts of Scotland and Ireland, wheat or barley in England and Wales, and maize or sweetcorn in the Americas

Mamma lets me have corn for dinner if I eat my meat.

A callus on the foot
{v} to sprinkle with salt, to form into grains
{n} grain, a hard lump in the flesh
The various farinaceous grains of the cereal grasses used for food, as wheat, rye, barley, maize, oats
annual or biennial grass having erect flower spikes and light brown grains
a cylinder shaped vegetable with round yellow kernals
whiskey distilled from a mash of not less than 80 percent corn
A cereal grain commonly used as an adjuct in American Light Lagers, and Classic American Pilsners Also used in some British ales
A thickening of the epidermis at some point, esp
Corn is the same as maize. rows of corn in an Iowa field
tall annual cereal grass bearing kernels on large ears: widely cultivated in America in many varieties; the principal cereal in Mexico and Central and South America since pre-Columbian times
To form into small grains; to granulate; as, to corn gunpowder
feed (cattle) with corn
n jagung
on the toes, by friction or pressure
Sweetcorn (Zea mays var. rugosa)
something sentimental or trite; "that movie was pure corn"
something sentimental or trite; "that movie was pure corn" ears of corn grown for human food tall annual cereal grass bearing kernels on large ears: widely cultivated in America in many varieties; the principal cereal in Mexico and Central and South America since pre-Columbian times the dried grains or kernels or corn used as animal feed or ground for meal a hard thickening of the skin (especially on the top or sides of the toes) caused by the pressure of ill-fitting shoes preserve with salt; "corned beef" feed (cattle) with corn
To preserve and season with salt in grains; to sprinkle with salt; to cure by salting; now, specifically, to salt slightly in brine or otherwise; as, to corn beef; to corn a tongue
a yellowish, callus growth that develops on top of the toes
To render intoxicated; as, ale strong enough to corn one
unspecified corn product Not a complete AAFCO definition
circumscribed conical keratinous mass
a hard thickening of the skin (especially on the top or sides of the toes) caused by the pressure of ill-fitting shoes
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A local hardening and thickening of epidermis (skin)
hard, thick skin the body develops to help protect a bone prominence or spur from shoe pressure
Small, rounded kernels of snow, most often seen in the springtime
a thickening of the skin of the feet or hands, usually caused by pressure against the skin
{f} preserve meat in brine or salt
the dried grains or kernels or corn used as animal feed or ground for meal
Zea mays or Indian Corn, Sweet Corn, Popcorn, Field Corn and Hybrid Corn
A bruise of the hoof sole between the wall and the bar, usually caused by leaving shoes on too long
(Zea Mays) A tall annual cereal plant cultivated in many varieties, having a jointed solid stem and bearing the grain, seeds, or kernels on large ears; the grain, seeds or kernels of this plant used for food by man or for fodder (the ears of this plant); the edible seed of certain other cereal plants especially wheat in England and oats in Scotland; the plants themselves Some of the varieties listed in Johnson documents included: Early white corn Early yellow corn Egyptian corn Indian corn [maize] Mexican corn Spanish corn
A hard, painful area of thickened skin, usually covering a protruding bone or in between the toes Often caused by irritation of improperly fitting shoes
To feed with corn or (in Sctland) oats; as, to corn horses
preserve with salt; "corned beef"
It is usually painful and troublesome
a cereal similar to wheat and barley The plant called "corn" in USA is called "maize" in Europe
A cereal plant grown for its grain (locally denoting the leading crop of that district, i.e. oats in parts of Scotland and Ireland, wheat, barley etc. in England and Wales, maize in the Americas)
Corn is used to refer to crops such as wheat and barley. It can also be used to refer to the seeds from these plants. fields of corn He filled the barn to the roof with corn
The plants which produce corn, when growing in the field; the stalks and ears, or the stalks, ears, and seeds, after reaping and before thrashing
Corns are small, painful areas of hard skin which can form on your foot, especially near your toes. see also popcorn, sweetcorn. or maize Cereal plant (Zea mays) of the family Poaceae (or Gramineae). It originated in the New World and has been introduced globally. American Indians taught colonists to grow corn, including some varieties of yellow corn that are still popular as food, as well as varieties with red, blue, pink, and black kernels, often banded, spotted, or striped, that today are regarded as ornamental and in the U.S. are called Indian corn. The tall, annual grass has a stout, erect, solid stem and large narrow leaves with wavy margins. Corn is used as livestock feed, as human food, and as raw material in industry. Though it is a major food in many parts of the world, it is inferior to other cereals in nutritional value. Inedible parts of the plant are used in industry stalks for paper and wallboard; husks for filling material; cobs for fuel, to make charcoal, and in the preparation of industrial solvents. Corn husks also have a long history of use in the folk arts for objects such as woven amulets and corn-husk dolls. Corn is one of the most widely distributed of the world's food plants. In the U.S. corn is the most important crop, but slightly more acres of soybeans are planted. corn sugar Anti Corn Law League Corn Belt corn earworm Corn Islands Corn Laws corn syrup
Crop native to North America that was grown by the Indians and was their major source of food
{i} grain, cereal; maize; kernel; wart, callus
A small, hard particle; a grain
A single seed of certain plants, as wheat, rye, barley, and maize; a grain
This cereal grain was brought from the American Indians to Europe by the early colonists As soon as it is picked, the corn's sugar begins to convert into starch For this reason, the corn should be eaten very soon after it is picked
ears of corn grown for human food
ears of corn grown for human food tall annual cereal grass bearing kernels on large ears: widely cultivated in America in many varieties; the principal cereal in Mexico and Central and South America since pre-Columbian times the dried grains or kernels or corn used as animal feed or ground for meal a hard thickening of the skin (especially on the top or sides of the toes) caused by the pressure of ill-fitting shoes preserve with salt; "corned beef"
the main cereal crop of a region - for example, wheat in the UK, oats in Scotland and Ireland, maize in the USA
corn bunting
A passerine bird, Miliaria calandra, whose male and female plumages are (untypically for buntings) similar
corn buntings
plural form of corn bunting
corn crib
A slatted bin for drying corn (maize)
corn cribs
plural form of corn crib
corn dog
A hot dog coated in cornbread batter and deep fried in hot oil
corn dollies
plural form of corn dolly
corn dolly
A traditional figure made from straw, associated with pre-industrial harvest customs of Europe
corn flakes
a breakfast cereal made from toasted flakes of maize
corn house
A small shed-like structure usually adjacent to a barn. Its use is mainly for storage of grain or feed. On occasion it may be used for isolation of unruly or lame farm animals
corn liquor
a distilled spirit, derived from maize, having a high alcohol content and little flavor
corn oil
a light oil ground from corn, used for cooking as well as for fuel
corn on the cob
Cooked ears of corn (maize, specifically sweet corn)
corn pones
plural form of corn pone
corn salad
Valerianella locusta, a small plant used in salads and as an herb
corn salad
Any of various types of salad made using maize
corn smut
A fungus that affects corn (maize), taxonomic name 'Ustilago maydis'', which induces tumors in the plant, known to be eaten as a delicacy
corn snake
A species of rat snake, Elaphe guttata guttata
corn snakes
plural form of corn snake
corn syrup
A sticky sweet liquid, consisting of sugars dissolved in water, produced from corn (maize). Used as a sweetener in cooking, especially in commercial kitchens but also in candy making
corn syrups
plural form of corn syrup
corn thistle
A perennial herb, Cirsium arvense
corn thistles
plural form of corn thistle
A trader in grains

My name is Henchard; ha'n't you replied to an advertisement for a corn-factor's manager that I put into the paper - ha'n't you come here to see me about it?.

corn cake
Corn bread baked in a pan in an oven or as small cakes on a griddle
corn flakes
Corn flakes are a popular breakfast cereal originally manufactured by Kelloggs through the treatment of corn
corn steep liquor
Corn Steep Liquor is a co-product from the wet milling of maize. High in digestible energy and degradable protein, this highly palatable, free flowing liquid can help improve forage intakes
Corn Belt
An agricultural region of the central United States primarily in Iowa and Illinois but also including parts of Indiana, Minnesota, South Dakota, Nebraska, Kansas, Missouri, and Ohio. The chief products of the area are corn and corn-fed livestock. a large area in the central part of the US which produces a lot of corn (= maize in British English) as food for cattle. It includes Iowa, Illinois, Indiana, and parts of other states. Traditional area, midwestern U.S. Roughly covering western Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, Iowa, southern Minnesota, eastern South Dakota, Missouri, eastern Nebraska, and eastern Kansas, it is a region in which corn and soybeans are the dominant crops. Many farms are family-operated and average more than 300 acres (120 hectares). Despite the name, the region is agriculturally diverse, raising various feed-grains and livestock
Corn Belt
region in the midwestern United States (includes Illinois, Indiana and Iowa) which is ideal for raising corn and livestock which is fed on corn
Corn Islands
Spanish Islas del Maíz Two small islands, Caribbean Sea. Known as Great Corn and Little Corn, they lie about 40 mi (64 km) off the coast of Nicaragua and were leased to the U.S. by Nicaragua for use as a naval base (1916-71). The islands produce copra, coconut oil, lobsters, and frozen shrimp. Tourism is important on Great Corn Island
Corn Law
One of a series of British laws in force before 1846 regulating the grain trade and restricting imports of grain
Corn Laws
laws in Britain in the 19th century controlling the price of foreign corn, and making it more expensive than corn produced in Britain. This protected British farmers from competition, but hurt the ordinary people, and after much protest, the laws were changed in 1846. Any of the regulations governing the import and export of grain (called corn by the English) in Britain. Records mention the imposition of Corn Laws as early as the 12th century. They became politically important in the late 18th and early 19th century, during the grain shortage caused by Britain's growing population, bad harvests, and the blockades imposed in the Napoleonic Wars. When Sir Robert Peel became prime minister the laws were finally repealed (1846). See also Anti-Corn Law League
corn belt
midwestern United States (Iowa, Illinois, Indiana); excellent for raising corn and corn-fed livestock
corn borer
native to Europe; in America the larvae bore into the stem and crown of corn and other plants larva of the European corn borer moth; a serious pest of maize
corn bread
baked food made from corn flour
corn bread
bread made from cornmeal
corn cake
baked in a pan or on a griddle (Southern and Midland)
corn chamomile
European white-flowered weed naturalized in North America
corn chandler
grain dealer, person who supplies grain and corn
corn chip
A thin crisp piece of food made from cornmeal batter. crushed maize formed into a small flat piece, cooked in oil, and eaten cold, especially in the US
corn chip
thin piece of cornmeal dough fried
corn chips
snack food made of thinly pressed cornmeal that has been fried until it is crisp
corn chowder
chowder containing corn
corn cob
{i} core of an ear of corn
corn cob
Corn cobs are the long rounded parts of the maize or corn plant on which small yellow seeds grow, and which is eaten as a vegetable
corn cockle
A weedy annual Mediterranean plant (Agrostemma githago) having reddish-purple flowers and opposite leaves
corn cockle
{i} hairy weed with red flowers that grows in corn fields
corn cockle
European annual having large trumpet-shaped reddish-purple flowers and poisonous seed; a common weed in grainfields and beside roadways; naturalized in America
corn crustless pie
baked casserole containing corn
corn dab
small oval cake of corn bread baked or fried (chiefly Southern)
corn dance
a rain dance of Amerindians
corn dodger
fried or baked corn cake
corn dog
A frankfurter that is encased in corn bread batter before being baked or fried, usually served on a stick
corn dog
{i} hot dog coated in cornmeal batter and fried in deep oil (often served on a stick)
corn dolly
a figure made in the past from wheat plants to celebrate the harvest
corn earworm
larva of a noctuid moth; highly destructive to especially corn and cotton and tomato crops
corn earworm
The large destructive larva of a moth (Heliothis zea) that feeds on corn and many other plants. Also called bollworm, earworm. or cotton bollworm or tomato fruitworm Moth larva (Heliothis zea, family Noctuidae) that damages corn, tomato, cotton, and other seasonal crops. The smooth, fleshy, green or brown caterpillars feed on corn kernels near the tip of the ear and burrow into tomatoes and cotton bolls. Four or five generations of the pale brown adult moths, with wingspans of 1.3 in. (3.5 cm), are produced annually
corn exchange
place where corn is bought and sold
corn exchange
an exchange where grains are bought and sold
corn exchange
A corn exchange is a large building where, in former times, grain was bought and sold. a place where corn used to be bought and sold
corn flake
crisp flake made from corn
corn flakes
crunchy flakes made of processed corn which are eaten as a breakfast food
corn flakes
A crisp, flaky, commercially prepared cold cereal made from coarse cornmeal
corn flour
Cornstarch Used to thicken sauces etc
corn flour
Finely ground cornmeal It is available in white or yellow varieties (from white and yellow corn) Corn flour is milled from the entire kernel; cornstarch is milled from the endosperm portion of the kernel
corn flour
From corn/maize is used as a thickener for example in custards and can also be used to part replace wheat flour in cakes to give a more tender crumb As the cornflour contains no gluten, when replacing some of the wheat flour the total protein content of the cake is reduced and a more fragile crumb is produced It is not recommended to part replace wheat flour with cornflour in fruit cakes as the fruit could sink during baking top of page
corn fritter
fritter containing corn or corn kernels
corn gluten
gluten prepared from corn
corn gluten feed
a feed consisting primarily of corn gluten
corn lily
any of several South African plants of the genus Ixia having grasslike leaves and clusters of showy variously colored lilylike flowers; widely cultivated
corn lily
Any of various bulbous herbs of the genus Ixia native to southern Africa and widely cultivated as an ornamental, having grasslike leaves and showy clusters of variously colored flowers
corn liquor
corn whiskey
corn marigold
{i} European annual plant that is a very common weed in grain fields with bright yellow flowers that look like daisies
corn marigold
European herb with bright yellow flowers; a common weed in grain fields
corn meal
flour made from ground corn
corn mint
European mint naturalized in United States
corn muffin
cornbread muffin
corn oil
oil from the germs of corn grains
corn oil
A pale yellow liquid obtained from the embryos of corn grains, used especially as a cooking and salad oil and in the manufacture of margarines
corn on the cob
Corn on the cob is the long rounded part of the maize or corn plant on which small yellow seeds grow, and which is eaten as a vegetable. the top part of a corn plant on which yellow seeds grow, cooked and eaten as a vegetable
corn pone
a kind of American bread made from cornmeal (pone 1600-1700 From an language)
corn poppy
annual European poppy common in grain fields and often cultivated
corn poppy
An annual Eurasian plant (Papaver rhoeas) naturalized in North America and having showy, usually scarlet flowers
corn pudding
pudding made of corn and cream and egg
corn quiche
baked casserole containing corn
corn salad
Any of several plants of the genus Valerianella, especially a Eurasian annual (V. locusta or V. olitoria), having small, white to pale bluish flowers and edible young leaves used in salads or as a potherb. Also called lamb's lettuce, mache
corn salad
a plant of the genus Valerianella
corn silk
The styles and stigmas that appear as a silky tuft or tassel at the tip of an ear of corn, used as a diuretic in herbal medicine
corn snake
large harmless snake of southeastern United States; often on farms
corn snow
granular snow formed by alternate thawing and freezing
corn snow
Snow that has melted and refrozen into a rough granular surface
corn soup
soup made mainly from corn
corn speedwell
erect or procumbent blue-flowered annual found in waste places of Europe and America
corn spurry
small European weed with whorled leaves and white flowers
corn sugar
dextrose used as sweetening agent dextrose made by hydrolysis of cornstarch
corn sugar
Dextrose obtained from cornstarch
corn sugar
sugar made from cornstarch
corn syrup
Very sweet syrup similar to golden syrup
corn syrup
A sugar syrup which have been manufactured from corn May contain flavorings (e g vanilla), and/or preservatives
corn syrup
Sugar in another form: corn syrup, maple syrup, molasses, cane syrup, sorghum, and others Instead of sucrose (table sugar) it is another kind of sugar molecule (i e , dextrose and others) but doesn't meet the FDA definitions of refined sugar so it's not called "sugar " [Substitutes: If you don't have corn syrup you can substitute (1 cup extra-fine granulated sugar + 1/4 cup liquid for (1 cup corn syrup) ]
corn syrup
A syrup prepared from cornstarch, used in industry and in numerous food products as a sweetener. a very sweet thick liquid made from corn, used in cooking. Sweet syrup produced by breaking down (hydrolyzing) cornstarch (a product of corn). Corn syrup contains dextrins, maltose, and dextrose and is used in baked goods, jelly and jam, and candy. High-fructose corn syrup is widely used in the manufacture of soft drinks and other foods because it is considerably cheaper than sucrose
corn syrup
This is a syrup derived from cornstarch It comes in dark and light varieties Light syrup has been clarified and decolorized Dark syrup has a stronger flavor Both are used for desserts, frostings, candies, jams, and jellies
corn syrup
syrup prepared from corn
corn syrup
concentrated juice derived from corn
corn whiskey
whiskey distilled from a mash of not less than 80 percent corn
corn whiskey
Whiskey distilled from corn. a strong alcoholic drink made from corn
{i} (USA) white person of a poor class in southern United States (Offensive Slang); nickname for a native of Kentucky (USA)
strong and healthy but not sophisticated fed on corn; "corn-fed livestock
common corn salad
widely cultivated as a salad crop and pot herb; often a weed
having (such) horns; one having (such) horns


Indian corn
A variety of maize in which the kernels are variously coloured, rather than being all of the same color
acknowledge the corn
To acknowledge defeat or admit to a mistake; to cop a plea; to admit to a small error but not a larger one

They had simply to acknowledge the corn, round up, and — vamoose; then, so soon as the soldiers had gone back to the fort, there was no law to prevent their returning.

ate one's seed corn
Simple past of eat one's seed corn
ate the seed corn
Simple past of eat the seed corn
can of corn
An easily caught fly ball

He hits a can of corn to left.

candy corn
A confection of sugar and corn syrup supposed to resemble a kernel of maize
preserved in salt
consisting of grains; granulated
cream corn
Creamed corn
creamed corn
A food consisting of cooked, partially pureed, sweet corn
eat one's seed corn
To consume what is meant for investment instead
eat the seed corn
To consume what is meant for investment instead
eaten one's seed corn
Past participle of eat one's seed corn
eaten the seed corn
Past participle of eat the seed corn
eating one's seed corn
Present participle of eat one's seed corn
eating the seed corn
Present participle of eat the seed corn
eats one's seed corn
Third-person singular simple present indicative form of eat one's seed corn
eats the seed corn
Third-person singular simple present indicative form of eat the seed corn
kaffir corn
A species of millet, Sorghum bicolor, a common ingredient in birdseed mixes
kernel corn
Kernels of maize, either frozen or canned
kettle corn
sweet-and-salty variety of popcorn that adds granulated sugar, salt, and oil
Waste or inferior corn thrown out during dressing
seed corn
Seed that is saved from one year's harvest for the subsequent year's planting, rather than being used to make flour etc
sweet corn
Corn (specifically maize) suitable for eating by humans, as distinguished from corn raised as animal feed
tri-corn hat
A type of tricorn, or three cornered hat, as worn by the guardia civil in Spain
Anti-Corn Law League
British organization founded in 1839, devoted to fighting England's Corn Laws, regulations governing the import and export of grain. It was led by Richard Cobden, who saw the laws as both morally wrong and economically damaging. The league mobilized the industrial middle classes against the landlords, and Cobden won over the prime minister, Sir Robert Peel. The Corn Laws were repealed in 1846
{i} large American company that manufactures advanced materials (fiber optic cables, polymers, heat-resistant ceramics, high-performance glass, and more)
Indian corn
{i} type of corn first developed by the American Indians
alien corn
metaphorical expression meaning being in a foreign land (from the Book of Ruth)
broom corn
A variety of Sorghum vulgare, having a joined stem, like maize, rising to the height of eight or ten feet, and bearing its seeds on a panicle with long branches, of which brooms are made
candy corn
a small yellow and white candy shaped to resemble a kernel of corn
candy corn
A small piece of candy shaped like a kernel of corn
(used especially of meat) cured in brine
{s} preserved or cured with salt
present participle of corn
plural of corn
dent corn
A tall-growing variety of corn (Zea mays var. indentata) having yellow or white kernels that are indented at the tip
dent corn
corn whose kernels contain both hard and soft starch and become indented at maturity
field corn
Any of several varieties of corn used primarily as feed for livestock. a type of corn grown to feed to animals, rather than to be eaten by people sweetcorn
field corn
corn grown primarily for animal feed or market grain
flint corn
A variety of corn (Zea mays var. indurata) having small hard grains. See Regional Note at johnnycake
flint corn
corn having kernels with a hard outer layer enclosing the soft endosperm
green corn
Young, tender ears of sweet corn
sea corn
A yellow cylindrical mass of egg capsules of certain species of whelks (Buccinum), which resembles an ear of maize
seed corn
Seed corn is money that businesses spend at the beginning of a project in the hope that it will eventually produce profits. The scheme offers seed corn finance with loans at only 4% interest
seed corn
good quality seeds (as kernels of corn) that are reserved for planting
{i} grain of good quality that is kept to be used as seeds; corn kernels; good investment which is expected to produce good profits in the future (British usage); wart that grows on the sole of the foot (Medicine)
sheaf of corn
cluster of corn, bundle of corn
skillet corn bread
cornbread usually containing ham or bacon bits and cooked in a skillet
soft corn
{i} corn formed by friction between two toes having a soft surface and yellowish in color (Medicine); corn with kernels of soft starch

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    /ˈkôrn/ /ˈkɔːrn/


    [ korn ] (noun.) before 12th century. Old English corn *kurnan *ǵrHnom (“grain; worn-down”), neuter participle of Proto-Indo-European *ger- (“to wear down”). Cognate with Dutch koren, German Korn, Danish/Norwegian/Swedish korn; see also Russian зерно, Czech zrno, Latin grānum, Lithuanian žirnis and English grain.


    corns, corning, corned


    ... that came from the New World to the old; notably potato and corn or maize.  And because many ...

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