conn

[v] - conduct or direct the steering of a ship or plane
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Conn

Conn (kŏn) transitive verb See Con , to direct a ship.
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conn

verb conduct or direct the steering of a ship or plane
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Conn

• (v. t.) See Con, to direct a ship.
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Conn

Type: Term Pronunciation: kon Definitions: 1. Harold J., U.S. microbiologist, 1886-1975. See: Hucker-Conn stain
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Conn

Type: Term Pronunciation: kon Definitions: 1. Jerome, U.S. endocrinologist, 1907-1981. See: Conn syndrome
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Conn

Type: Term Pronunciation: kon Definitions: 1. H. J., U.S. researcher, 1886-1915. See: Hucker-Conn stain
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Conn

[name] Conn is a masculine English- and Irish-language given name, as well as an English-language surname. The origin of the given name is uncertain. It may be related to the Old Irish cond (`intellect` or `mind`), or perhaps to the Old Irish cenn (`head`, `chief`). The latter word-origin may have resulted from a popular, but incorrect etym...
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Conn

[nautical] The conn, also spelled cun, conne, cond, conde, and cund, is the act of controlling a ship`s movements while at sea. The following quote summarizes the use of the term:{bq|1=One of the most important principles of ship handling is that there be no ambiguity as to who is controlling the movements of the ship. One person gives orde...
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