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Spell Check of own

Correct spelling: own

Definition of own:

  1. To possess: to have a rightful title to.
  2. Belonging or peculiar to.
  3. To avow or admit.

Common misspellings for own:

in1997, wwner, eoungh, adown, in1987, iwhen, gorwn, ownig, knoown, ownned, ouwl, ahown, oinf, one'e, ophan, town, whwn, onewe, 7on, toewn, doown, ewhen, qown, owd, borwn, ownwer, owneed, 6on, unnown, fown, in1953, towyn, konw, ounc, hwne, iowan, on0845, upoun, oonly, uopn, ohone, ohnly, agawn, ooing, ovn, ounze, ownre, yown, ownner, oepn, opwen, oopen, in1984, uoung, opoun, ouner, on12, on10, olny, ownly, ow, in1989, doewn, oln, oitn, towna, bown, in'99, in1991, uoand, uopon, owne, torwn, ioewr, owmen, kniown, in1982, owman, nown, in1091, twn, 1on1, ozon, oppen, awnry, ioen, owen, odwn, ownus, onwer, owern, owch, in1996, in2008, owneer, oceon, opn, cown, mwny, on1.

What does the abbreviation own mean?

OWN abbreviation definitions:
–  Older Women's Network
–  Organization of Waterfront Neighborhoods

Google Ngram Viewer results for own:

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

Examples of usage for own:

  1. " Oh well, I never have any say in my own house. – The Great Hunger by Johan Bojer
  2. That is my own money. – Down the Mother Lode by Vivia Hemphill
  3. Oh, I have enough of my own and after my death I will leave it to the child. – The Irish Fairy Book by Various

Rhymes for own:

  1. loan, shone, known, sloan, don't, scone, doane, tone, fone, mone, doan, thrown, rhone, throne, shown, joan, trone, clone, moan, cone, phone, lone, goen, sloane, roan, hoen, blown, bone, zone, sewn, coan, groan, koen, sharon, boan, drone, mon, hone, grown, sown, cohn, bowne, jone, rone, prone, stone, crone, flown, roane;
  2. cyclone, leone, atone, homegrown, damone, intone, bemoan, raton, tirone, tyrone, trombone, ramone, simone, alone, dethrone, hipbone, outgrown, disown, unknown, bayonne, condone, capone, carone, outshone, postpone, dijon, marone, perone, ramon, pavone, malone, cologne;
  3. bourguignon, calderon, overgrown, overblown, unbeknown, overthrown;
  4. concepcion;