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1. Etymology of the English word corn

the English word corn
derived from the Proto-Indo-European root *gr₀ə-no-
derived from the Proto-Germanic root *kurnam

Derivations in English

conacre, cornball, corncrib, corned, cornflag, cornflower, cornhole, cornhouse, cornmeal, broomcorn, corncob, cornhusk, cornrow, cornstalk, cornstarch, cornstick, cornhusker, cornhusking, cornfed, barleycorn, cornfield, corny, curn, peppercorn, corncockle, corning

Cognates

Catalan corbmari, Danish kormoran, Dutch grein, Dutch koren, English cormorant, English grain, French cormoran, French graine, French grain, German Gran, German Kormoran, Icelandic korn, Italian grano, Latin granum, Portuguese grão, Portuguese corvomarinho, Spanish grano, Swedish gran, Swedish korn

Usage

Word found in Old English, Modern English

2. Etymology of the English word corn

derived from the English word corn
derived from the Old French word corne
derived from the Latin word corna
derived from the Latin word cornua (horns)
derived from the Latin word cornu (horn; horn; hoof; beak)
derived from the Proto-Indo-European root *ker-
derived from the Latin word cornum (cornel berry, cherry, fruit of cornelian cherry tree; horn; hoof; beak)

Derivations in English

cornification

Usage

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