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1won

verb \ˈwən, ˈwōn\
wonnedwon·ning

Definition of WON

intransitive verb
archaic
:  dwell 2a, abide 2

Origin of WON

Middle English, from Old English wunian — more at wont
First Known Use: before 12th century

Rhymes with WON

2won

Definition of WON

past and past participle of win

3won

noun \ˈwn\
plural won

Definition of WON

— see money table

Origin of WON

Korean wŏn
First Known Use: circa 1917

Rhymes with WON

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