dun

  1. horse of a dull brownish gray color
  2. a color varying around light grayish brown

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dun

[adj] - of a dull grayish brown to brownish gray color 2. [n] - a color varying around light grayish brown 3. [n] - horse of a dull brownish gray color 4. [v] - persistently ask for overdue payment 5. [v] - cure by salting 6. [v] - make a dun color
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dun

In archaeology, a small fortified enclosure. These circular defences have walls up to 5 m/16 ft thick and easily protected doorways. Like Scottish brochs (stone towers), they may incorporate...
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Dun

A simple fortified settlement, usually defended by large drystone ramparts. They are only known in Scotland and Ireland.
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Dun

Gaelic and earlier celtic for fort. Usually applied to small, round late Iron-Age/Roman Period hill top fortifications.
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Dun

Dun noun [ See Dune .] A mound or small hill.
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Dun

Dun transitive verb To cure, as codfish, in a particular manner, by laying them, after salting, in a pile in a dark place, covered with salt grass or some like substance.
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Dun

Dun (dŭn) transitive verb & i. [ imperfect & past participle Dunned (dŭnd); present participle & verbal noun Dunning (dŭn'nĭng).] [ Anglo-Saxon dyne noise, dynian to make a noise, or from Icelandi...
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Dun

Dun noun 1. One who duns; a dunner. « To be pulled by the sleeve by some rascally dun Arbuthnot. 2. An urgent request or demand of payment; as, he sent his debtor a dun .
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Dun

Dun adjective [ Anglo-Saxon dunn , of Celtic origin; confer W. dwn , Ir. & Gael. donn .] Of a dark color; of a color partaking of a brown and black; of a dull brown color; swarthy. « Summer's dun cloud comes thundering up.» Pierpont. « Chill and
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dun

To cure, as codfish, in a particular manner, by laying them, after salting, in a pile in a dark place, covered with salt grass or some like substance. ... Of a dark colour; of a colour partaking of a brown and black; of a dull brown colour; swarthy. 'Summer's dun cloud comes thundering up.' (Pierpont) 'Chill and dun Falls on the moor the brief Nove...
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dun

adjective of a dull greyish brown to brownish grey color; `the dun and dreary prairie`
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Dun

• (v. t.) To cure, as codfish, in a particular manner, by laying them, after salting, in a pile in a dark place, covered with salt grass or some like substance. • (n.) A mound or small hill. • (a.) Of a dark color; of a color partaking of a brown and black; of a dull brown color; swarthy. • (n.) One who duns; a dunner. • (v...
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Dun

A color of horse. Light to medium sand colored with dark skin. Usually has dark points (mane, tail and lower legs.)
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Dun

A yellow or gold body and leg color, often with a black or brown mane and tail, and usually with a dorsal stripe and stripes on the legs and withers
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Dun

Dun is a generic term for an ancient or medieval fort. It is mainly used in the British Isles to describe a kind of hill fort and also a kind of Atlantic roundhouse. The term comes from Irish dún or Scottish Gaelic dùn (meaning `fort`), and is cognate with Old Welsh din, from whence comes Welsh dinas (meaning `city`). In some areas duns were...
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dun

don't
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Dun

Subimago; the first winged stage of a mayfly, not reproductively mature.
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Dun

This word has two related uses in fly fishing
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Dun

Term used to describe an adult aquatic insect following emergence from the water.
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Dun

a stage of life in a mayfly's lifecycle
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Dun

(1) first stage in the adult mayfly
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Dun

(1) first stage in the adult mayfly's life cycle; usually of short duration (1 to 24 hours); this is the stage most often imitated by the dry fly; (2) a darkish gray-blue colour that is very desirable in some fly tying materials.
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Dun

(1) first stage in the adult mayfly's life cycle; usually of short duration (1 to 24 hours); this is the stage most often imitated by the dry fly; (2) a darkish gray-blue color that is very desirable in some fly tying materials.
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