Examples from the Web for thon
The present Mrs. Thomas, who has been his wife for five-and-twenty-years, he always speaks of as “Thon widdy wumman.”Humours of Irish Life|Various
Autochthon, aw-tok′thon, n. one of the primitive inhabitants of a country: an aboriginal:—pl.
The thon is the most unfishlike fish that one ever cast eyes upon.Rambles on the Riviera|Francis Miltoun
Dear mistress, thon's a settled wee fellow, thon McGregor: he's the quare wise guide for we'er ain wichel.The Argosy|Various
Maybe its from thon McAlenan fellow that owes me two pound for the heifer.The Drone|Rutherford Mayne
Word Origin for thon
also -thon, word-forming element denoting prolonged activity and usually some measure of endurance, abstracted from marathon. E.g. walkathon (1931), skatathon (1933); talkathon (1948); telethon (1949).