Duarte owns a small plot of land where she grazes cattle and grows beans, maize, bananas, and oranges.
Beyond the corral were great reaches of maize, and there had this year been no drought to hurt it.
The ground, embraced by the spurs, was filled with crops of maize and barley.
They consisted of the grain for bread-making, which is called in Hispaniola maize, and in Uraba hobba.
Indian corn, or maize, or Turkish wheat, is one of the finest of cereals.
They have sown rice and maize at Mamohela, but cannot trade now where they got so much ivory before.
The meaning of the root uah is maize cakes, or, more generally, bread.
Fare was a sort of thick porridge made of maize, allowed to cool in a large round cake, and cut in slices when cold.
Halfway up they come on open fields of maize or Indian corn.
He had extensive fields of maize; one of which was estimated to be four miles in length.
1550s, from Cuban Spanish maiz, from Arawakan (Haiti) mahiz.