Definitions of con

  1. kon, v.t. to study carefully: to commit to memory:--pr.p. con'ning; pa.p. conned.--n. CON'NING, learning by heart; poring over. [A.S. cunnian, to try to know--cunnan, to know.] gutenberg.org/ebooks/37683
  2. CONN, kon, kun, v.t. to direct the steering of a ship.--n. the act of conning.--ns. CON'NING, directing the steering; CON'NING-TOW'ER, the pilot-house of a war-ship. [Prob. conn. with preceding.] gutenberg.org/ebooks/37683
  3. kon, n. a knock. [Fr. cogner, to knock.] gutenberg.org/ebooks/37683
  4. C. (over): study; learn by heart. Concise Oxford Dictionary
  5. Direct steering of ship; conning-tower, shot-proof pilot-house of ironclad. [French] Concise Oxford Dictionary
  6. (It.). With (esp. Mus.), as c. brio (spirit), espressione (expression), fuoco (fire), moto (spirited movement). Concise Oxford Dictionary
  7. A Latin preposition; used as a prefix, with the various inflections of co, coy, col, com, cor, and conveying the idea of union or opposition. Pro and con, for and against, the affirmative and negative sides of a question. Cabinet Dictionary
  8. A Latin inseparable preposition, which, at the beginning of words, signifies union, as concourse, a running together. Complete Dictionary
  9. On the opposite side, against another. Complete Dictionary

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