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bourn

noun \ˈbrn, ˈbrn\

Definition of BOURN

:  stream, brook

Variants of BOURN

bourn or bourne \ˈbrn, ˈbrn\

Examples of BOURN

  1. <idyllic days that were spent rambling the length of the bourn that flowed through that peaceful vale>

Origin of BOURN

Middle English burn, bourne — more at burn
First Known Use: 12th century

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