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A dun is an ancient or medieval fort. In the British Isles it is mainly a kind of hillfort and also a kind of Atlantic roundhouse. The term comes from Irish dún or ...

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Apr 23, 2019 ... Dun definition is - having a slightly brownish dark gray color : having the color dun. How to use dun in a sentence.

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Dun definition, to make repeated and insistent demands upon, especially for the payment of a debt. See more.

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A stone-built fortified settlement in Scotland or Ireland, of a kind built from the late Iron Age to the early Middle Ages. The word is a frequent place-name element ...

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Part of the Queensbridge version of the "Dun" language in which words that begin with the letter S are replaced with the letter D so long as it doesn't create ...

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Use the adjective dun for something that's a dusty grey brown color, like a dun cow, or the dun entry rug that used to be white.

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Define dun. dun synonyms, dun pronunciation, dun translation, English dictionary definition of dun. tr.v. dunned , dun·ning , duns To importune for payment: a ...

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From Middle English dun, dunne, from Old English dunn (“dun, dingy brown, bark -colored, brownish black”), from Proto-Germanic *dusnaz (“brown, yellow”), ...