"dun" Definition

  1. to solicit payment.—_Old Cant_, from the French DONNEZ, give; or from JOE DIN, or DUN, a famous bailiff; or simply a corruption of DIN, from the _Anglo-Saxon_ DUNAN, to clamour.

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Position in the dictionary: 1117 of 4022 slang words.
Next words in the dictionary: dunderhead, dundreary, dung, dungaree, dunkhorned, dunnage, dunnyken, durrynacking, dust, dust-hole
Previous words in the dictionary: dumpy, dumpish, dump fencer, dummy, dummies, dummacker, dumbfound, dukey, dukes, duke humphrey.

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