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wynn

noun \ˈwin\\ˈwen\

Definition of WYNN

:  a runic letter used in Old English and Middle English to represent the consonant \w\

Variants of WYNN

wynn or wyn \ˈwin\ also wen \ˈwen\

Origin of WYNN

Old English wynn, literally, joy — more at winsome
First Known Use: before 12th century

Rhymes with WYNN

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