sunn, sun, n. an Indian leguminous plant cultivated for the fibre of its bark.
Ws kummt dem Menschen draus mit all' sein Horewanie, ws er derhorewet sich nor unter der sunn'.
I commence the consideration of this subject by giving the substance of a sunn, or orthodox treatise known as the Risla-i-Berkevi.
Both as a sunn and as one who had not owned a suzerain, the position was unpleasant for Bbur.
The three first Khalfs are often well abused, and that no sunn can bear with patience.
Other well-known plants of this class are ramie, aloe, “sunn hemp,” manila.
Thus to the Wahhb as to the sunn, Muhammad is in all his acts and words a perfect guide.
Of fibres the most important are cotton, Deccan hemp (Hibiscus cannabinus), and sunn or tag (Crotalaria juncea).
But say, poore Place, in what manner didst thou entertaine the sunn?