noun, plural an·co·nes [ang-koh-neez] /æŋˈkoʊ niz/.
Words nearby ancon
Origin of ancon
OTHER WORDS FROM anconan·co·nal [ang-kohn-l] /æŋˈkoʊn l/, an·co·ne·al [ang-koh-nee-uh l] /æŋˈkoʊ ni əl/, adjectivean·con·oid, adjectivesub·an·co·ne·al, adjective
Examples from the Web for ancon
It will be better for you to take a coach and ride to the hospital at Ancon.
So it has probably been with the turnspit dog; and this is known to have been the case with the ancon sheep.On the Origin of Species by Means of Natural Selection|Charles Darwin
He stole that picture from one of them penpushers that he used to room with over at Ancon, etc., etc.
On the coast, the Ancon de Sardinas bay is so named from the multitude of small fish (sardinas) which inhabit its 916 waters.
When an Ancon ewe is impregnated by a common ram, the progeny resembles wholly either the ewe or the ram.The Principles of Breeding|S. L. Goodale