Correct spelling for KUN

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Possible correct spellings for kun

  • Fun(Definition of fun)
  • Oh, nancy, such fun!

  • Bun(Definition of bun)
  • He trained me just once too often, but that was in london, in a shop near oxford circus, and it was a bath bun that made me restless.

  • Hun(Definition of hun)
  • Some, too, may recollect the sketch of the primeval hun, as he first appeared to the astonished and disgusted old roman soldier ammianus marcellinus; the visages "more like cakes than faces;" the "figures like those which are hewn out with an axe on the poles at bridge-ends;" the rat-skin coats, which they wore till they rotted off their limbs; their steaks of meat cooked between the saddle and the thigh; the little horses on which "they eat and drink, buy and sell, and sleep lying forward along his narrow neck, and indulging in every variety of dream."

  • Dun(Definition of dun)
  • Not even the may-fly can compare with the dun.

  • Un(Definition of un)
  • But this un has a way of making you watch every step you take and every word you speak.

  • Ken(Definition of ken)
  • Her hair had been all cut off during her illness, and curled in soft brown rings all over her head, as when she was a little child, and indeed there was something most childlike in the peaceful little face, which had a look of repose that it seldom wore when the wistful brown eyes were open, with their expression of always longing and seeking for something beyond their ken.

  • Gun(Definition of gun)
  • But our gun-fire was twenty times as great.

  • Kuhn
  • And mr. kuhn said that everything was satisfactory.

  • Nun(Definition of nun)
  • I found my fair nun in bed, and asked her, "how do you feel to-day, madam?"

  • Kn
  • (21) { -(a + ma^2)n^2 + kn + gma} x {-(a1 + m1h1^2 + mb^2)n^2 + k1n + g (m1h1 + mb)} - m^2n^4a^2b^2 = 0,

  • Tun(Definition of tun)
  • They were typically walled enclosures with towers and an outer ditch and mound, instead of the hedge or fence enclosure of a tun.

  • Pun(Definition of pun)
  • "i've always wanted to be a pun pal," scotty said.

  • Run(Definition of run)
  • You will get there in the long run.

  • Jun
  • It was the end of june, and paris was beginning to empty.

  • Kin(Definition of kin)
  • I believe she liked me more than she did her own kin.

  • Mun
  • If wind is contrairy like, they mun take sweeps.

  • Kan
  • "montame kan go," said kolb.

  • Sun(Definition of sun)
  • The sun will be up in a half an hour.