verbal auxiliary \ˈmn, ˈmän, mən\

Definition of MAUN

chiefly Scottish
:  must

Origin of MAUN

Middle English man, from Old Norse, present of munu shall, will; akin to Old English gemynd mind — more at mind
First Known Use: 13th century

Rhymes with MAUN


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