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.
Sorry, no etymologies found.
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.
The Draa'kon's blasts couldn't have hurt much worse, he told himself.
Instantly, one of the Draa'kon's weapons exploded in his meaty hands.
Banshee screamed a scream of defiance, as if he were daring the Draa'kon's trap to beat them.
Cursing under his breath, Worf took aim and returned the Draa'kon's fire.
It was meager compensation for what Picard and his people had done to the Draa'kon's plans on Xhaldia.
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,.
Méczea úmou scá cá ost, jíkasc feou oöw kon aiv uzóz ych asa zasc aesh rig ecz.
Read on, in today's story column, just after the word for the day: conjoint (kon-zhwan) noun, masculine
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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