Pone can either be maize bread, or it can be the player to the right of the dealer in a card game (or opposite him if it's a game for two).
Now, it may be possible to say the word pone without making it a cross between a honk and a whinge, but if it is I've yet to hear anyone do it.
No, no. No need to practise...
Word Not To Use Today: pone. The word meaning maize bread comes from from Powhatan (Algonquian) apan something baked, from apen she bakes.
The card-playing word comes from the Late Latin pone, from Latin pōne, imperative form of pōnere, to place.