Correct spelling for AUN

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Possible correct spellings for aun

  • Faun(Definition of faun)
  • As she sat down in that celebrated room, immortalized by the gladiator, the faun and the antinous, scales seemed to fall from her eyes and a weight from her heart.

  • Nun(Definition of nun)
  • But tell me how you could flatter the nun with the hope of finding me out?

  • An(Definition of an)
  • An operation's out of the question i'm afraid.

  • Mun
  • But mun bun was a very little boy.

  • Aug
  • Auguste bit his lips and took a seat by the piano.

  • Jun
  • "this spirit," said the elder joseph smith, "was the spirit of the prophet who wrote this book, and who was sent to joe smith, jun.

  • Awn(Definition of awn)
  • = bromus secalinus l. florets swollen a little above the middle, the floral glume rounded on the back, obscurely 7-nerved, 6-7 mm. long, an awn 3-4 mm. long, more or less; palea covering the concave side, each edge bearing a single row of stiff hairs; glume and palea closely adhering to the grain.

  • Tun(Definition of tun)
  • He drank a glass or two of wine at his meals, put syrup of gilly-flower in his sack, and always had a tun-glass of small beer standing by him, which he often stirred about with rosemary.

  • Aunt(Definition of aunt)
  • I didn't go to aunt steptoe's.

  • Aux
  • Souscrivent-ils unanimement aux idees qu'ils presentent sur sa nature, sur sa conduite, sur la facon d'entendre ses pretandus oracles?

  • Afn
  • In the early- and mid-1970s, afn provided technical assistance to help alaska natives implement ancsa and set up the corporations mandated by the act.

  • Run(Definition of run)
  • And has the frenchman really run off?

  • Hun(Definition of hun)
  • What a tribute to their charms that the latest hun fashion, latest in dar-es-salaam, but latest by three years in paris or london, should provoke no glance of interest on sunday mornings!

  • Sun(Definition of sun)
  • He looked up and winked at jolly, round, bright mr. sun.

  • Au(Definition of au)
  • "we shall see each other in the morning-to say au revoir.

  • Un(Definition of un)
  • Un des pires, aussi!

  • Ann
  • "mary ann the wife of mr. orcutt!

  • Gun(Definition of gun)
  • "whose gun you playin' with?

  • Dun(Definition of dun)
  • He was away from home planning enchantments to test them, for he knew they were coming, but his wife welcomed them, and bade them watch the dun for one night each, beginning with laegaire, as the eldest.

  • Bun(Definition of bun)
  • "mun bun with a gun!

    I feel inclined to blow my mind, get hung up, feed the ducks with a bun. They all come out to groove about be nice and have fun in the sun.

    – Itchycoo Park by M People
  • Pun(Definition of pun)
  • Sir william sterndale loved a mary wood, and wrote an overture called "marie des bois," and after this atrocious pun, married the poor girl in 1844, and they lived happily ever after, or at least for thirty years after.

  • Fun(Definition of fun)
  • As they remarked, 'audrey ross was always up to fun.

  • Auk(Definition of auk)
  • Two centuries ago, the great auk was not uncommon on the shores of new england; and, off the great fishing-banks of newfoundland, it appears to have been very abundant.