corncrib

[kawrn-krib]
noun
a ventilated structure for the storage of unhusked corn.

Origin:
1675–85; corn1 + crib

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corncrib (ˈkɔːnˌkrɪb)
 
n
chiefly (US), (Canadian) a ventilated building for the storage of unhusked maize

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Example sentences
The property also contains an historic outbuilding, once used as a corncrib.
Nineteenth century outbuildings on the property are a two-story frame barn and
  corncrib.
The barn is adjoined by a drive-through corncrib and a cinder block milking
  parlor with concrete silos.
The two historic outbuildings, ie the smoke house and the corncrib, date from
  the mid-nineteenth century.
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