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Common misspellings for Burne:

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Burne \b(u)-rne, bur-ne\

Meaning:
stream; brook
Origin:
English
Details:
Burne as a boy's name is a variant of Bourne (Middle English) and Burns (Middle English), and the meaning of Burne is "stream; brook". See also Calder.
Meaning:
Burney, berne, Borne, Byrne, burn, Burnie.
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Examples of usage for Burne:

  1. The art has, however, revived greatly during recent years, thanks, among other artists, to William Morris and Burne Jones. – Our Homeland Churches and How to Study Them by Sidney Heath
  2. His sitting- room, with its dark red wallpaper and several good prints framed in dark oak- Burne Jones' " Study for Cupid's Masque," Hunt's " Hireling Shepherd," and Whistler's " Battersea Bridge" were the best- might have been delightful had he learned to select; but at the present stage in his development he hated rejecting anything as long as it reached a certain standard. – The Wooden Horse by Hugh Walpole
  3. When Sir Edward Burne Jones burst forth into the artistic firmament, Punch joined, if not the mockers, at least the severer critics. – The History of "Punch" by M. H. Spielmann

Rhymes for Burne:

  1. yearn, spurn, erne, urn, vern, fern, byrne, hearn, cern, earn, stearne, verne, kearn, hern, learn, kern, churn, turn, hurn, hearne, durn, sterne, bern, stearn, herne, burn, berne, stern, dern;
  2. aherne, discern, concern, adjourn, sauterne, ahern, laverne, ahearn, return, upturn;
  3. unconcern;
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