Oon \Oon\ ([=o]n), a. One. [Obs.] --Chaucer. [1913 Webster]

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  • Oon — (gr.), ein Ei …   Pierer's Universal-Lexikon

  • -oon — conventional in 15c. 17c. English to add emphasis to borrowed French nouns ending in stressed on; also used to represent It. one, Sp. ón; all from L. onem. Used in rare cases to form English words, e.g. SPITTOON (Cf. spittoon), OCTAROON (Cf.… …   Etymology dictionary

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  • oon — I. ˈün dialect Britain variant of oven II. dialect Britain variant of one * * * oon /oon/ noun a Scots form of ↑oven * * * oon obs. f. on prep …   Useful english dictionary

  • oön — di·oön; …   English syllables

  • -oon — suffix forming nouns, orig. from French words in stressed on (balloon; buffoon). Usage: Replaced by on in recent borrowings and those with unstressed on (baron). Etymology: L o onis, sometimes via It. one * * * a suffix occurring in words… …   Useful english dictionary

  • -oon — a suffix occurring in words borrowed from French and other Romance languages (bassoon; balloon; dragoon; pontoon), and on this model occasionally used in the formation of new nouns in English (spittoon). [as an English formative (e.g., in… …   Universalium

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