Considered the "Cross Roads of America." It is known for basketball, corn, and racing, but is now known for football, running, and other sports as well. People from Indiana are called "Hoosiers" (see definition) and are percieved as sleepy red-necks (not always accurate). It is a very agriculturally rich part of the United States.
I am from the wonderful state of Indiana.
by Michael Johnson February 06, 2004
We have hicks/ rednecks (there is nothing wrong with that), basketball, a pretty awesome football team, we are crazy for racing, we are the birth place of James Dean (the coolest dude ever) and Larry Bird. Corn, steel, soybeans and wheat comes in an abundant amount. We have the 12 largest city and one of the scariest one's at that (Gary) but we also make up some of the smallest cities ever that consist of two churches, some houses, a volunteer fire dept. and a park *cough cough* my town *cough*.
Its hard to drive in Indiana and not see cows, pigs, goat or chickens.

It's a pretty state though, most of the time. We are growing in the sports area big time. We have farms everywhere and us small town kids for Indiana can kick anyones butt, so don't mess with a Hoosier, we might not be all that famous of a state but trust me you don't want to make one of us mad (it's been proven most Hoosiers have Irish in them.)
Indiana will be holding the 2012 super-bowl!
by Gretchen Wilson April 19, 2010
A state in the USA. Most peope believe Indiana is full of red necks. That is not true, for Indiana people do not have hick accents the way people interpret. Indiana people are simply strong in their family, towns, neighborhood, school, and the entire state. We aren't that big on the NBA but college basketball is a very big deal to us. We love the NFL and college football. Then NASCAR as well. Anything else, we don't really care, and that's the way it should be for every state because no other sports matter.
Joey: "some guy was driving through Indiana the other day and started some stuff up, calling us a bunch of tools. So Mike and some others started to wail on him."

Alex: "Mike? Don't you hate Mike?"

Joey: "Yeah, but when someone disgraces Indiana, it doesn't matter. We team up, cause we're not jerks like that."
by thatonechickyousawonetime March 26, 2011
an amazing fashionable girl
with beautiful eyes
and a sweet personality :)
Dude 1: Do you Indiana?
Dude 2: Yes. She is a cutie
by mmmme July 17, 2010
Most boring state in the United States of America that I have lived in my whole life.
John thought Indiana was so boring that he decided to move to Florida after he graduated high school.
by eagle71 January 04, 2012
A state in the center of the Mid-West known for it's corn.
The people of Indiana, known as Hoosiers, are stereotyped as Hicks. However, most of us hoosiers act just like regular people (at least in central Indiana, I'm pretty sure you'll find some Hicks in Northern and Sounthern Indiana). We're very important for most of the country's popcorn comes from us, we have one of the world's best children hospital and we have an incredible art museum. Most people on Urban Dictionary say this but they insist that all the hicks are from Kentucky, those people are hypocrites for insisting that their stereotype is false by stereotyping another type of people.
I take pride in being from Indiana, I take pride in being a Hoosier.
by It'sAsh June 13, 2009
Synonym for corn.
Also a state in the Mid-West.
There's corn every where I go in Indiana!
by StrokeMyMustache April 08, 2015
This name is one of the greatest names you can ever find. It has such a cool vibe to it. Like Indiana Jones, I mean who wouldn't want to be that guy? Plus, boys and girls can also be named Indiana.
Dumb Blonde 1: Who's that guy and girl?
Dumb Blonde 2: Indiana and Indiana
by Spongebob6 November 22, 2014

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