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won

play
verb \ˈwən, ˈwōn\

Definition of won

wonnedwon·ning

archaic

  1. intransitive verb
  2. :  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


2

won

Definition of won

  1. past and past participle of win




3

won

play
noun \ˈwȯn\

Definition of won

plural won

  1. — see money table



Origin of won

Korean wŏn


First Known Use: circa 1917

Rhymes with won




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