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Penn

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noun
Sir William, 1621–70, English admiral.
his son, William, 1644–1718, English Quaker: founder of Pennsylvania 1682.
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Other definitions for Penn (2 of 2)

Penn.

or Penna


abbreviation
Pennsylvania.
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British Dictionary definitions for Penn (1 of 2)

Penn
/ (pɛn) /

noun
Irving. 1917–2009, US photographer, noted for his portraits and his innovations in colour photography
William. 1644–1718, English Quaker and founder of Pennsylvania

British Dictionary definitions for Penn (2 of 2)

Penn.

Penna


abbreviation for
Pennsylvania
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