Pone Definition

pōn
noun
Bread or cake, esp. corn bread, in the form of small, oval loaves.
Webster's New World
Such a loaf or cake.
Webster's New World
In various card games, the player to the right of the dealer or, in two-handed games, the player who is not the dealer.
Webster's New World

(law, historical) A writ in law used by the superior courts to remove cases from inferior courts.

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Synonyms:
cornpone

Other Word Forms of Pone

Noun

Singular:
pone
Plural:
pones

Origin of Pone

  • From Anglo-Norman pone and its source, Late Latin pone, from Latin pōne, imperative form of pōnere (“to place").

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  • From Powhatan apones, appoans (“bread"). Compare Abenaki abôn (“bread").

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  • Unknown

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