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Spell Check of dawn

Correct spelling: dawn

Definition of dawn:

  1. The break of day; beginning or first appearance.
  2. To begin to grow light: to begin to open, expand, or appear.

Common misspellings for dawn:

daw, dawg, daana, dynamia, dadmium, danine.

Dawn \da-wn\

Meaning:
the first appearance of light, daybreak
Origin:
English
Details:
Dawn as a girl's name is pronounced dornn. It is of Old English origin, and the meaning of Dawn is "the first appearance of light, daybreak". Modern use of the word for a name. The Latin term Aurora dates back about 1500 years, but Dawn first appeared in the late 1920s. Opera singer Dawn Upshaw; comedian Dawn French; basketball player Dawn Staley.
Related names:
Keiba.
Meaning:
dana, dane, Deon, Dion, Dagny, Daina, Danna, Keiba, tawny, Dani, Dayne, Danny, Daena, Dany, Dagna, Dagne, Dayna, Dahna, Danne, Danni, Deann, Dyann, Dyan, Diann, Dian, Tawni, Tawna.
Variants:
Dowan, Adawna, Dawna, Dawnielle, Dawne, Dawnelle, Dawnetta, Dawnette, Dawnika, Dawnita, Dawnyelle, Dawnysia, Duwan, Dwan.
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Google Ngram Viewer results for dawn:

This graph shows how "dawn" have occurred between 1800 and 2008 in a corpus of English books.

Examples of usage for dawn:

  1. So, of course, I was silent; and Carpenter went and sat at the window again, and watched the dawn – They Call Me Carpenter by Upton Sinclair
  2. But he answered, " Come in;" and I entered, and found him sitting by the window, watching the dawn – They Call Me Carpenter by Upton Sinclair
  3. I exclaimed, and light began to dawn – They Call Me Carpenter by Upton Sinclair

Rhymes for dawn:

  1. braun, brawn, drawn, faun, fawn, gone, lawn, pawn, prawn, shawn, vaughan, yawn, aune, daun, flawn, sean, vaughn, von, shaun, zon, laun, quan, yaun;
  2. amon, exon, peron, withdrawn, redrawn, pilon, caron, quinton, vardon, manon, adon, bardon, cardon, garon, verdon, miron, rabon, predawn;
  3. overdrawn, undergone, aleron, dorion, madelon, amadon;
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