hominy hominy  /ˈhɑ mɪ ni/


  • (n) hulled corn with the bran and germ removed


  1. The Grits Fritz Hominy TicketTo the Editors: Jimmy Carter has brought hominy to the divided ranks of the Democratic Party July.
  2. Now, at last, the repertory theater network has its white hope: Preston Jones, 40, author within three years of three new plays as indigenous as hominy grits.
  3. It grows out of a rich compost of dialects heard at Lindy's and the Stork Club, in the hominy-grits-and-corn-pone belt and around Hollywood and Vine.


  1. Marksmen join Hominy Valley Singing in Candler

    The Marksmen Quartet in fact has five members, from left, Mark Autry, Darrin Chambers, Mark Wheeler, Davey Waller and Earle Wheeler. They will perform at the Hominy Valley Singing on Thursday.
    on June 30, 2013     Source: Asheville Citizen-Times

  2. Hominy fishing accident fatal for Bartlesville man

    The body of a Bartlesville man involved in a weekend fishing accident was recovered Monday from Hominy Municipal Lake, according to the Osage County Sheriff’s Office. Adrean Ray Smith, 31, fell into the water Sunday when the boat from which he and another man were fishing overturned, the county spokesperson said. The other fisherman managed to reach shore safely, but Smith could not be located ...
    on June 26, 2013     Source: Bartlesville Examiner-Enterprise

  3. Missing man found in Old Hominy Lake

    Divers have recovered the body of a man believed to have drowned near Hominy.
    on June 26, 2013     Source: KJRH-TV Tulsa

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  1. "I bet where Jessica is from that hominy is made out of pine trees and Labatt's, baked with care and sprinkled with moose droppings," Ms. Caplan said.
    on Jan 18, 2008 By: Lizzy Caplan Source: New York Times

  2. "Throughout the 19th century, American cooks north and south labored valiantly, and hopelessly, to squeeze the rich nomenclature of native corn dishes into the narrow confines of hominy, sampe and - worst of all - grits," Betty Fussell writes in...
    on Jun 6, 2007 By: Betty Fussell Source: Baltimore Sun

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