Definition of maize :
A large species of American grass of the genus Zea ( Z. Mays), widely cultivated as a forage and food plant; Indian corn. Also, its seed, growing on cobs, and used as food for men animals.
vegetable (part of speech: noun)
sweet potato, endive, Brussels sprouts, radish, peas, pepper, mushroom, cabbage, celery, turnip, onion, spinach, green beans, carrot, squash, yam, cauliflower, vegetable, zucchini, romain, leek, rice, broccoli, tomato, chive, chard, cucumber, string beans, okra, beet, parsley, rutabaga, shallot, pumpkin, potato, lentils, Lima beans, lettuce, artichoke, eggplant, asparagus, collard greens, parsnip, water cress, beans, corn
yellow (part of speech: adjective)
gilded, aurin, goldenrod, creamy, crocus, sunny, saffron, lemon, sunshine, amber, yellow, buttery, cream-colored, sulfur, champagne, tawny, chartreuse, honey, sandy, buff, honey-colored, canary, primrose, dandelion, xanthic, flaxen, gold, ecru, straw, fallow, mustard, citron, jasmine, sallow, jaundiced, golden
vegetables (part of speech: noun)
cucumbers, zucchinis, artichokes, carrots, turnips, onions, potatoes, endives, squashes, mushrooms, sweet potatoes, chives, parsnips, eggplants, beets, pumpkins, peppers, rutabagas, shallots, tomatoes, radishes, leeks, vegetables, cabbages, okras, yams
- Abe scooped up the broken maize, and proceeded to make his morning pap, after which he lit his pipe and was at peace. - "Tales from the Veld", Ernest Glanville.
- And farther still one comes to the village of Impruneta, after climbing higher and higher, with lovely calm valleys on either side coloured by silver olive groves and vivid wheat and maize, and studded with white villas and villages and church towers. - "A Wanderer in Florence", E. V. Lucas.
- It was surrounded by an elevated country; open and cultivated, with houses within bow- shot of each other, surrounded by fruit- trees, groves of palms, and fields producing maize, vegetables, and the delicious pine- apple, so that the whole neighborhood had the mingled appearance of orchard and garden. - "The Life and Voyages of Christopher Columbus (Vol. II)", Washington Irving.