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Symbol, Chemistry.
  1. tin.
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Origin of Sn

From the Latin word stannum

SN

  1. Secretary of the Navy.
  2. Also sn, s/n. screen name.
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Examples from the Web for sn

Historical Examples

  • He stooped down and wrote in the snow with his finger, SN, 102.

    Back o' the Moon

    Oliver Onions

  • Phot be yez doin' here, young mon, sn'akin' along like a thafe?

    The Missing Tin Box

    Arthur M. Winfield

  • In the middle of the road are the two rocks of Jonathan, the name of one of which is Botsets, and of the other Sn.

  • In the year 1800, it was yielded back to France, under Napoleon, by a secret article in the treaty of Sn.

    Daniel Boone

    John S. C. Abbott

  • Parson, pr′sn, n. the priest or incumbent of a parish: a clergyman: one who is licensed to preach.


British Dictionary definitions for sn

sn

the internet domain name for
  1. Senegal
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Sn

the chemical symbol for
  1. tin
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Word Origin

from New Latin stannum

SN

abbreviation for
  1. Senegal (international car registration)
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sn in Medicine

Sn

  1. The symbol for the elementtin

sn in Science

Sn

tin

[tĭn]
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