disjune

[dis-joon]

noun Scot. Obsolete.


Nearby words

  1. disjointed,
  2. disjunct,
  3. disjunction,
  4. disjunctive,
  5. disjuncture,
  6. disk,
  7. disk crank,
  8. disk crash,
  9. disk drive,
  10. disk flower

Origin of disjune

1485–95; late Middle English (Scots) disione < Old French desjeun, derivative of desjeuner to break one's fast; see dine

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