BOUN

Etymology

Adjective

boun (comparative more boun, superlative most boun)

(obsolete) Ready, prepared.

Verb

boun (third-person singular simple present bouns, present participle bouning, simple past and past participle bouned)

(ambitransitive) To make or get ready; prepare.

Anagrams

• BuNo

Source: Wiktionary


Boun, a. Etym: [See Bound ready.]

Definition: Ready; prepared; destined; tending. [Obs.] Chaucer.

Boun, v. t.

Definition: To make or get ready. Sir W. Scott.

Source: Webster’s Unabridged Dictionary 1913 Edition



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