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- n. A fool or idiot.
- adj. Foolish; simple; silly.
- v. To be foolish or simple; act like a fool; dote.
- n. A chieftain or king of a region of Cameroon.
Non-words that sound like words, to a fifth grader, at least - such as "fon" - come to mind.
* have I called my fon, 'which was before as one flain, by whom I am now made to live as one born of God, into his everlalling covenant for ever •, which being thus known to be his own, having loved it, he loves it unto the end.
The design of Christianity : with other books, epistles, and manuscripts of that ancient faithful servant of Christ Jesus, John Crook ; to which is prefixed a short account of his life written by himself
RAT and Vitat'ha, whom they call his fon and fucceffor, they are under a neceflity of af - ferting, that the great anceftor of Yudhisht "-
My verfe, great Rhea's fon, which is Lofty as that, and fmooth as this.
John Hoofimi the fon was a baftard* and that WiHiiun Mariwar - ing waafole heir to Mattery.
The court of Spain, notwithftanding its ingratitude to Columbus, having granted both the government and property of Jamaica to his fami - ly, his fon was the firft European governor, with the title of duke de la Vega.
A general history of the British empire in America : containing an historical, political, and commercial view of the English settlements ; including all the countries in North-America, and the West-Indies, ceded by the peace of Paris
iStockphoto Miche bread The worst thing I ever ate was a specialty in Bora Bora called fon fanou.
Donald an 'me was sittin' fon'lin 'her gowden curls an' biddin 'ane anither no' to greet -- for ae broken hairt can comfort anither broken hairt -- he slippit the token frae oot her puir cauld wee haun ', an' he read the writin 'that's on't oot lood:' This do in remembrance of Me, 'an' he says, 'I'll dae it in remembrance o' them baith, mither -- o '
As her fon was a youth, and, wholly indebted to her intrigues for the fovereignty, (he claimed
"fon," to aflTume the likenefs of finful flefli, to fubmit to the infirmities of our low na - ture, nay, to the ignominy and pain of the E 2 crofs?