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conn

1

[ kon ]

verb (used with object)



noun

  1. responsibility for the steering of a ship.

Conn.

2

abbreviation for

Conn.

1

abbreviation for

  1. Connecticut


conn

2

/ kɒn /

verb

  1. a variant spelling (esp US) of con 4

Conn

3

/ kɒn /

noun

  1. Conn2nd century2nd centuryMIrishPOLITICS: hereditary ruler 2nd century ad , king of Leinster and high king of Ireland
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Word History and Origins

Origin of conn1

First recorded in 1800–10
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Example Sentences

His wife, Anna Zubkova, is running as a Democrat for a probate judge seat in Plainfield, Conn.

Last year, Chappelle spent an evening on the Oddball Comedy Tour in Hartford, Conn., being heckled and booed off stage.

But it arguably scored an emotionally more important win in Bridgeport, Conn., where it took over the school board.

Authorities identified the woman as Miriam Carey, a dental hygenist from Stamford, Conn.

Oceanfront land is also the main selling point for Copper Beach Farm, the 50-acre property for sale in Greenwich, Conn.

Mill for the manufacture of glazed hardware paper at Hemington, Conn.

Prof. Conn, an evolutionist, admits the presence of many facts disclosed by geology which oppose the theory of Evolution.

The abortive organ is one of the difficulties of the theory which Darwin admitted, and Prof. Conn tells us, is not yet answered.

Outside a little round window was the whole big ocean and beneath him slept a man from Hartford, Conn.

Conn ceud catha, Conn of the hundred battles, King of Ireland.

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