cornhole

[ kawrn-hohl ]
/ ˈkɔrnˌhoʊl /

verb (used with object), corn·holed, corn·hol·ing. Slang: Vulgar.

to have anal intercourse with.

Nearby words

  1. cornflakes,
  2. cornflour,
  3. cornflower,
  4. cornforth,
  5. cornforth, sir john warcup,
  6. cornhouse,
  7. cornhusk,
  8. cornhusker,
  9. cornhusker state,
  10. cornhusking

Origin of cornhole


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Word Origin and History for cornholing

cornhole

v.

synonymous with "do anal intercourse" by 1930s, apparently the reference is to a game played in the farming regions of the Ohio Valley in the U.S. from 19c., in which players take turns throwing a small bag full of feed corn at a raised platform with a hole in it; from corn (n.1) + hole (n.).

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