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How To Spell Winn?

Correct spelling: Winn

What are the common typos for Winn?

  • wqinn,
  • weinn,
  • 2inn,
  • w3inn,
  • winnb,
  • w9inn,
  • wwinn,
  • wjinn,
  • 3winn,
  • winnm,
  • wibnn,
  • wsinn,
  • ewinn,
  • winbn,
  • Wifn,
  • wi9nn,
  • w2inn,
  • w8nn,
  • wiunn,
  • wknn,
  • winnj,
  • winmn,
  • w8inn,
  • wiinn,
  • 2winn,
  • Wmnn,
  • winnn,
  • woinn,
  • wi nn,
  • wjnn,
  • iwnn,
  • wionn,
  • wi8nn,
  • wayenn,
  • win n,
  • w inn,
  • winhn,
  • wimnn,
  • winnh,
  • winjn,
  • wijnn,
  • wiknn,
  • weyenn,
  • wihnn,
  • 3inn,
  • wkinn.

What does the abbreviation Winn mean?

 \wi-nn\

Winn as a girl's name (also used as boy's name Winn), .

Google Ngram Viewer results for Winn:

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

What are the usage examples for Winn?

  1. The present Walnut was first called Pool Street; Chestnut was called Winn Street; and Market was called High Street. – The Quaker Colonies A Chronicle of the Proprietors of the Delaware, Volume 8 in The Chronicles Of America Series by Sydney G. Fisher
  2. A. M. Winn of that city. – Personal Reminiscences of Early Days in California with Other Sketches; To Which Is Added the Story of His Attempted Assassination by a Former Associate on the Supreme Bench of the State by Stephen Field; George C. Gorham
  3. In his heart there was nothing left to which he could compare her " I don't want a chance," whispered Claire " You've got to live," said Winn bending grimly over him; " You've got to live!" – The Dark Tower by Phyllis Bottome

What are the rhymes for Winn?

  1. gwynn, yin, fin, lin, dinh, din, wynn, flinn, minh, gwynne, gwin, rihn, gwyn, bin, gwinn, chin, thin, min, vin, bryn, knin, rinn, gyn, brinn, brin, linne, tin, ginn, skin, flynn, spin, rhin, quinn, quin, linn, guinn, lyn, inn, been, kin, guin, twin, lynn, glyn, lwin, winne, pinn, kinn, jin, win, linh, when, pin, qin, shin, lynne, wynne, grin, sin, in, gin, glynn, finn, trinh;
  2. aswin, eldwin, begin, akin, within, therein, adin, kaylynn, allin, wherein, berlin, has-been, alpin, herein, chagrin, emlyn;
  3. violin, menuhin;
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