American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- Kun, Béla 1886-1939? Hungarian politician who founded the Hungarian Communist Party (1918) and organized the revolution in Budapest (1919). He briefly served as premier but fled the country during a counterrevolution (1919).
“Ask any of the Domo Kun posers who exactly Domo Kun is and they will spout off all sorts of info.”
“By nightfall they arrived in Kun San minus a mast and with a smashed rudder.”
“Aguero, known as Kun, never dreamed that his City debut would turn out so spectacularly.”
““Amshát” = (combs) perhaps refers to a fine kind of Kunàfah (vermicelli) known in Egypt and Syria as”
“a GOD being able to produce a million of worlds by the single word Kun, i.e.,”
“Kun," the creative Word (which, by the by, proves the Koran to be an uncreated Logos); the full sentence being "Kun fa kána" = Be! and it became.”
“But here the tale-teller alludes to the Divine Word "Kun" (be!) whereby the worlds came into existence.”
“The striker, whose nickname is 'Kun', has been prolific throughout his time in the Spanish capital and has 13 goals to his name so far this term.”
“El capitán del conjunto red aseguró, en una entrevista publicada por AS, que el 'Kun' es un futbolista "grandioso, capaz de hacer grandes cosas en un terreno de juego", por lo que su ausencia es bienvenida en el club inglés.”
“Sergio "Kun" Aguero pulled a goal back for Atletico on 64 minutes but it was not enough and their 15 league losses leave them nine points back of Villarreal with the Kings Cup final looking their best route into Europe.”
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