Definitions

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • transitive v. To know. See can, and con.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • An obsolete spelling of con for can.
  • An obsolete spelling of con.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • The best hot springs are, of course, the mixed-bathing variety, called kon'yoku in Japanese, a special bath where men and women can take a bath together.

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  • The Draa'kon's blasts couldn't have hurt much worse, he told himself.

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  • Instantly, one of the Draa'kon's weapons exploded in his meaty hands.

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  • Banshee screamed a scream of defiance, as if he were daring the Draa'kon's trap to beat them.

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  • Cursing under his breath, Worf took aim and returned the Draa'kon's fire.

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  • It was meager compensation for what Picard and his people had done to the Draa'kon's plans on Xhaldia.

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  • Ang krisis dugay na gyod nako nabatyagan kay kani-adto moingon ko nga way kuarta, akong pitaka naa pa nay tinipigan nga bag-o ug way pilo gikan sa P20 ngadto sa P1,000, pero kon moingon nga way kuwarta, aw sus as in wala gyod,.

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  • Méczea úmou scá cá ost, jíkasc feou oöw kon aiv uzóz ych asa zasc aesh rig ecz.

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  • Read on, in today's story column, just after the word for the day: conjoint (kon-zhwan) noun, masculine

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  • What Japan Thinks shows young Japanese women showing little interest, but there are plenty of sources stating clearly that “kon-katsu” (marriage hunting) is [...]

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