Origin of Hun
Related formsHun·like, adjective
Examples from the Web for hun
Prime Minister Hun Sen had taken power in a bloody coup in July 1997.‘The Accidental Terrorist’: a California Accountant’s Coup|Adam Piore|May 2, 2012|DAILY BEAST
He might have elicited a smile rather than a cringe had he gone to that reliable standby, “to the right of Attila the Hun.”Analyzing the Political Humor of Newt Gingrich, Rick Santorum, and Mitt Romney|Mark Katz|February 15, 2012|DAILY BEAST
I always felt Attila The Hun set the clearest path for himself, what would today be called his “mission statement.”
Hun answered that the infant had no propertie in the shet, wherupon the priest ascited him in the spiritual courte.
Hundred, hun′dred, n. the number of ten times ten: a division of a county in England, orig.
The Hun's fire was now slackening, and in spite of the shortness of the range, decidedly erratic.Billy Barcroft, R.N.A.S.|Percy F. Westerman
The very character of the pompous little skipper had made the success of the Hun plot possible.Ruth Fielding Homeward Bound|Alice B. Emerson
"That Hun bomber just about rounds off a complete day of frightfulness for you two fellows," he said.Air Men o' War|Boyd Cable