noun nun·cle \ˈnəŋ-kəl\

Definition of NUNCLE

chiefly dialect
:  uncle

Origin of NUNCLE

by alteration (from misdivision of an uncle)
First Known Use: circa 1589

Rhymes with NUNCLE


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