Ear of corn
Posted by ESC on April 17, 2007
In Reply to: Ear of corn posted by Andy on April 17, 2007
: Does anyone know the meaning of the middle English phrase or saying 'an ear of corn'?
How was the phrase used? I don't know any meaning beyond the literal. An ear of corn is an ear of corn. Also known as "corn on the cob" as opposed to kernels cut off the cob.
- Ear of corn Victoria S Dennis 19/April/07