Definition of Johnny cake

1. Noun. Cornbread usually cooked pancake-style on a griddle (chiefly New England).

Exact synonyms: Johnnycake, Journey Cake
Generic synonyms: Cornbread
Specialized synonyms: Hoecake, Shawnee Cake
Geographical relationships: New England



Definition of Johnny cake

1. Noun. (colloquial) corn bread ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Johnny Cake

johannite
johannsenite
johillerite
johnbaumite
johnboat
johnboats
johnin
johninnesite
johnnie
johnnies
johnny bag
johnny bags
johnny cake (current term)
johnny house
johnnycake
johnnycakes
johnsomervilleite
johnsons
johntomaite
johnwalkite
joie de vivre
join
join'd
join battle

Literary usage of Johnny cake

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1. English Fairy Tales by Joseph Jacobs, John Dickson Batten (1890)
"and trotted as fast as his legs could carry him after Johnny-cake, ... And he set into a gallop after Johnny-cake, who went on and on so fast that the wolf ..."

2. An American Glossary by Richard Hopwood Thornton (1912)
"johnny cake ! We might as well call it Tommy or Pelatiah cake !—Phila. ... 1847 Then came the fine meal Indian Johnny-cake, mixed with cream, eggs, ..."

3. In the Child's World: Morning Talks and Stories for Kindergartens, Primary by Emilie Poulsson (1893)
"The johnny cake. Little Sarah, sha stood by her grandmother's bed, ... You shall get me a johnny cake; quickly go make it, In one minute mix, ..."

4. Sunset by Southern Pacific Company. Passenger Dept, Southern Pacific Company (1912)
"It's baked as the original johnny-cake used to be—on a ... "Only enough to make the johnny- cake. I must see if I can't get her to bring me more tomorrow. ..."

5. Austral English: A Dictionary of Australasian Words, Phrases and Usages with by Edward Ellis Morris (1898)
"Johnny-cake, n. The name is of American origin, originally given by the negroes to a cake made of Indian corn (maize). In Australia it is a cake baked on ..."

6. Elson Primary School Reader: Book One- by William Harris Elson (1912)
"She said to the little boy, "Watch the Johnny-cake and do not let it burn. ... He forgot about the Johnny-cake. All at once he heard a noise. ..."

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