Definition of nocake in English:

nocake

(also no-cake, nokick, nokehick)

noun

US
  • Maize which is parched and pounded into meal, used as an article of food.

Origin

Mid 17th century; earliest use found in William Wood (fl. 1629–1635), writer on America. From Narragansett nókehick nocake, Massachusett nookhik, lit. ‘thing pounded soft’ (in the Bible translating ‘meal’, ‘flour’, ‘ground corn’).

Pronunciation

nocake

/ˈnəʊkeɪk/