Cape, a cape on the NE coast of Tunisia: surrender of the German African forces, May 12, 1943.
- Also called Ras Addar.
Other definitions for Bon (2 of 3)
an annual festival of the Japanese Buddhists, welcoming ancestral spirits to household altars.
- Also called Feast of Lanterns .
Other definitions for Bön (3 of 3)
a shamanistic Tibetan sect, absorbed by the first Buddhist sects of the 7th century and later.
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How to use Bon in a sentence
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“Alas, mon Bon Monsieur, it goes from bad to worse,” sighed the old man.The Joyous Adventures of Aristide Pujol | William J. Locke
Mais on peut bien appeller vn voyage heureux, quand en fin on arrive Bon port.
Ledit Patriarche y alla, & avec vn truchement fit envers lui ce qui estoit de l'office d'un Bon Pasteur.
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Que si la Royne vouloit qu'ils y allassent, on leur rendist leur argent, & qu'ils fissent ce que Bon leur sembleroit.
British Dictionary definitions for Bon (1 of 2)
Also called: Feast of Lanterns, Festival of Lanterns an annual festival celebrated by Japanese Buddhists
the pre-Buddhist priests of Tibet or one such priest
British Dictionary definitions for Bon (2 of 2)
Cape Bon a peninsula of NE Tunisia
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