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Possible correct spellings for oan

  • Koan(Definition of koan)
  • Thus the plural of koan, snow, would be koanad; of ais, shell, aisad; moaz, moas, moazad, &c. variety in the production of sounds, and of proper cadences in composition, might dictate retention of a certain class of the dissyllables-as ossin a stone, opin a potato, akki earth, mejim food, assub a net, aubo a liquid, mittig a tree, &c., the plurals of which would be assinad, opinad, akkid, mejimad, assubad, aubad, mittigad.

  • Tan(Definition of tan)
  • Nor are her voyages confined to the narrow seas of the fields adjoining home; now and then she goes on adventurous expeditions to distant market towns, carrying mayhap a cargo of oak-bark, stripped from fallen trees, to the tan-yard.

  • Can(Definition of can)
  • But how can i tell?"

  • Oman
  • In those days oman seems to have had two ports, sur and kalhat, on the indian ocean, which were more frequented than maskat.

  • Kan
  • Blair, with the 2d kan.

  • Oran
  • The real and decisive struggle began early in 1841. the right man was at last found by the french to deal with the hitherto indomitable sultan of tittery and oran.

  • Ban(Definition of ban)
  • Before the year was out, frederick, like most of his predecessors for 200 years past, was under the ban of the church: and from this time forward there was an end of peace and quiet government in northern italy.

  • Oaf(Definition of oaf)
  • However, there was no mistaking his cordiality, and i should have been an oaf and a churl not to have met him fairly by the hand he offered.

  • An(Definition of an)
  • An' she went in a kerrige.

  • Roan(Definition of roan)
  • 114 b: "he returned in haste to his lodgynge, where he attended the approche of his hower of appointment wyth no lesse devocion than the papistes in france performe their ydolatrous pilgrimage to the ydoll, saynt tronyon, upon the mount avyon, besides roan."

  • Fan(Definition of fan)
  • The wind was in the wrong direction, and helped to fan the blaze.

  • Oat(Definition of oat)
  • Hedges of evergreen enclosed the yellow oat-fields, where slow wagons paused to gather the sheaves of the week before, and then loitered away with them.

  • Wan(Definition of wan)
  • The sun his face turned toward there every day, and though his beams were pale and wan when he was in the southland, he stayed each summer forty days and nights and set not once; which custom he continues to this very day.

  • Own(Definition of own)
  • No means by which his own daughter might be saved from disinheritance?

  • Oar(Definition of oar)
  • Indeed, when not engaged in service, they enjoyed a certain amount of liberty, being allowed to go on shore and trade, purchasing meat for such of the white men as had any money or were willing to earn some by clearing their neighbours' clothes of vermin-a common trade on board these galleys, where the confined space, the dirt and profuse sweating at the oar bred all manner of loathsome pests.

  • Oak(Definition of oak)
  • The frenchman sang a ballad about love and picardy, and the like, and i gave him "hearts of oak," the sentiments of which song kept him shrugging his shoulders and drunkenly looking contempt.

  • Nan(Definition of nan)
  • Nan was now three years older than when we last saw her at bellagio.

  • Man(Definition of man)
  • The spectacled man laughed.

  • Oas(Definition of oas)
  • Member of: cacm, fao, g-77, iadb, ibrd, icao, ico, ida, idb-inter-american development bank, ifad, ifc, ilo, imf, imo, intelsat, interpol, iso, itu, oas, paho, sela, un, unesco, upeb, upu, wftu, who, wmo

  • Van(Definition of van)
  • "ally, dr. van der vliet...

  • Ian
  • Ian didn't lose courage, though; and soon after the great snub he contrived to work his way somehow to edinburgh.

  • On(Definition of on)
  • On the west it is enclosed by steep banks of tuff, which tolerate no swamps of mangroves on their borders.

  • Dan(Definition of Dan)
  • Among these i recognised dan hoolan.

  • San
  • Anyway, while i was in spokane, portland, san francisco, and los angeles i did not think people were greatly concerned about the war.

  • Ran(Definition of Ran)
  • I leapt up and ran too.

  • Joan
  • "they told me you had sailed from galway," resumed mary, "and i wrote to the ship-agent and found it was correct: your name was in the list of passengers, and the date of the day you sailed; but, i know not how it was, joan, i still clung to the notion that you had contrived this plan to escape being discovered, and that you were concealed somewhere along the coast or in the islands.

  • Pan(Definition of pan)
  • Charlottesville, virginia: university of virginia, 1924. out of frying pan.

  • Han(Definition of han)
  • She pushed him away, but the bonze embraced her in his arms, and whispered: "i am a lo-han with a body of gold, and i have come to give you a son."

  • Loan(Definition of loan)
  • The captain and passengers of the montrose had pressed on harry and mr hastings the loan of as much money as they would accept, so that they had no difficulty about their expenses.

  • Jan(Definition of jan)
  • On the day the last letter of greene, of the 23d jan was written, gen.

  • Lan(Definition of lan)
  • "san-lan," he replied, "misbegotten spawn of the late high priestess nlui-mok, and now most glorious air lord of all the hans."

  • Moan(Definition of moan)
  • First there would come a long-drawn distant moan, a sigh like that of a querulous woman; then the sigh grew nearer and became a shriek, as if the same woman were working herself up into a passion; and finally a gust of rainy hail, mixed with dust and small stones, was dashed, like a parting insult, on the windows of the hit or miss.

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