AskDefine | Define hon

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English

Etymology

Shortened from honey.

Pronunciation

  • , /hʌn/, /hVn/

Homophones

Breton

Pronoun

  1. our

Faroese

Pronunciation

  • [hoːn]

Pronoun

  1. she

Hungarian

Icelandic

Alternative spellings

Pronoun

hon i-c personal pronoun
  1. In the context of "lang=is|archaic": she

Declension

Japanese

Noun

  1. : book

Kanji reading

On-reading of:

Old English

Etymology

*hahan.

Verb

  1. To hang.
  2. To suspend.

Rohingya

Etymology

Compare Romani kon.

Pronoun

  1. who

Swedish

Etymology 1

Pronunciation

Pronoun

  1. she
See also

Etymology 2

Noun

  1. definite form singular of ho.

Extensive Definition

HON, Hon, or hon can refer to:
HON
Hon, or Hon.
  • an abbreviation for the term honorary, used to describe both a degree awarded as an honour (e.g. HonDLitt), and an unpaid position in an organisation (e.g. Hon Secretary).
  • an abbreviation for the title The Honourable, also appearing in the abbreviation Rt Hon, "The Right Honourable".
Hon
  • a term of endearment, a contraction of the word honey - also spelled "Hun"
  • The japanese word for book.
hon in German: HON
hon in French: HON
hon in Italian: HON
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