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Correct spellings for IUN

  • bun Bun of the Zend.
  • dun He watched her swing into her saddle and ride out along the flat, dun-coloured road to the hills.
  • fun You know what fun that is!
  • gun They don't seem to think anything about the feelings of those likely to get hurt when the gun goes off.
  • hun As all the sentries had been stuffed up by the Feldwebel with horrible stories about the murderous and criminal characters of the prisoners, it is not surprising that each sentry showed the greatest keenness in preventing us from stealing the lamps and leaving him, an isolated Hun, in total darkness and at the mercy of the prisoners.
  • in 3495. You live in Lerwick?
  • inn He then walked down to the little inn in the village.
  • ion Marion, and the reader may naturally inquire, was he at Tulifinny?
  • iud
  • nun Whilst speaking he filled the basket with flowers, and the nun helped him.
  • pun But give the doctor, when in good health, a plain pun or repartee, and let him have a day or two to think over it, and he would come in with uproarious merriment that well-nigh would choke him to death, if the paroxysm happened to take him with his mouth full of muffins.
  • run Is it because they run up an account at the merchant's shop?
  • sun Is Sit-in-the-Sun her name?
  • tun Then the Count let array a strong craft and a trim, and did do the Lady enter therein; and withal let lay therein a tun, all new, strong, and great, and thick.
  • un R59606. Trois poules pour un coq.
  • Mun What mun be, mun be.
  • Ian Julian Hagstrom, the man who was killed, was buried here by his brother.
  • Jun The Big Gully was climbed by the writer in the summer of 1882, and the small one in June 1886. In March 1887 Mr. Slingsby made a note about the former in the Wastdale Head book.