noun, South Midland and Southern U.S.
Also called pone bread. a baked or fried bread usually made of cornmeal.
a loaf or oval-shaped cake of any type of bread, especially corn bread.
the player on the dealer’s right.
the player who opposes the dealer in a game with two players.
noun (Southern US)
Also called pone bread, corn pone. bread made of maize
a loaf or cake of this
(cards) the player to the right of the dealer, or the nondealer in two-handed games
1630s, “American Indian bread,” earlier appone, ponap (1610s), from Powhatan (Algonquian) apan “something baked,” from apen “she bakes.” Later used in Southern U.S. for any type of cornbread.
[pong, pawng] /pɒŋ, pɔŋ/ British Informal. noun 1. an unpleasant smell; stink. verb (used without object) 2. to have a disagreeable smell; stink. /pɒŋ/ noun 1. a disagreeable or offensive smell; stink verb 2. (intransitive) to give off an unpleasant smell; stink n. by late 1960s as an abbreviation of ping-pong. The electronic arcade game […]
/ˈpɒŋə/ noun 1. a tall tree fern, Cyathea dealbata, of New Zealand, with large feathery leaves
[pon-jee, pon-jee] /pɒnˈdʒi, ˈpɒn dʒi/ noun 1. silk of a slightly uneven weave made from filaments of wild silk woven in natural tan color. 2. a cotton or rayon fabric imitating it. Compare (def 2), (def 1). /pɒnˈdʒiː; ˈpɒndʒiː/ noun 1. a thin plain-weave silk fabric from China or India, left in its natural colour […]
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