A few weeks ago I received the following email:
1913 Kepart Our Sthn High 277 Occasionally a word is both added to and clipped from, as cyarn (carrion). 1939 Hall Notebook 13:44 White Oak NC kareron, kyarn = carrion. (Faye Leatherwood) 1940 Haun Hawk's Done 121 Meady said she didn't blame Burt any more than she blamed a buzzard for eating kyarn. 1942 Hall Phonetics 94 In the speech of older people this glide [j] is very common after [k] or [g]; for example, car, card, carpenter, carrion, cart, Carter, carve, garden, guarantee, guard, McCarter, scarred. 1976 Garber Mountain-ese 49 The food was so bad spoiled that it tasted like kaarn. 1996 Montgomery Coll. carn (Adams).