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Definition of -CORN

What does -CORN mean?

suffix

  1. having (such) horns; one having (such) horns

Phrases with -CORN

  1. off-corn

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Google previewIowa Year Book of Agriculture (1907)

by Iowa. Dept. of Agriculture

Poor seed-corn means missing hills, weak stalks, barren stalks, poor stand, low yield, less profit and some times a failure. While, on the other hand, good seed- corn means better stand, surer of a crop under the same conditions, more corn per ...

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My corn is green with red tassels,
I am praying to the lightning to ripen my corn,
I am praying to the thunder which carries the lightning.
Corn is sweet where lightning has fallen.
I pray to the six-coloured clouds. (Amy Lowell)
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