In most countries other than Britain, "corn" usually refers to Maize, Zea mays that produces:

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In its oldest form "corn" means grain (including almost any type such as Wheat, Oats, Barley, Rye, Maize). It refers to the grain itself, to the plant while it is growing or to the crop as a whole. It usually refers to the main type of grain grown in that area, so in parts of England it is likely to be wheat but in much of Scotland it is likely to be oats.

It is also has different uses in such expressions as:

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This page was updated on December 27, 2007