Bisaya English Translation of mais

In bisaya english dictionary, "mais" is "corn \maize (sc.name: Zea mays, [var. Rugosa]) ". See more translations below.

mais noun
corn \maize (sc.name: Zea mays, [var. Rugosa])
tanom nga ang bunga nga pinusô adunay mga lusok nga nanapot sa pakal, ang tumoy sa bunga adunay buhok-buhok noun
corn \maize (sc.name: Zea mays, [var. Rugosa])
buhok-buhok sa mais noun
corn shuck
banay sa mais noun
corn flower
panit sa mais noun
cornhusk
pakal sa mais noun
corncob
bugas mais noun
corn grits
mais nga ginaling sa bato noun
stone milled corn grits
binlod noun
very fine milled corn grits
a-is noun
finely milled corn grits but coarser than “binlod.”
tiktik noun
corn powder
tilaob noun
steamed pike of young corn
tilaobon noun
a pike of corn intended for steaming
anagon nga mais noun
young pike of corn that is for broiling
pinabuto nga liso sa mais noun
popcorn
kornik noun
fried ear of corn
bt cord noun
short for Bacillus thuringiensis, a variety of genetically engineered corn
corn stover noun
stalks and leaves of corn, without the ears, used as fodder for animals


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