pun

cho·pun·nish;
con·tra·pun·tal;
con·tra·pun·tal·ist;
con·tra·pun·tist;
con·tra·pun·to;
es·pun·dia;
moor·pun·ky;
pun·chi·nel·lo;
pun·dit;
pun·dit·ic;
pun·dit·ry;
pun·do·nor;
pun·ga·pung;
pun·gence;
pun·gen·cy;
pun·gent·ly;
pun·gi;
pun·gle;
pun·gled;
pun·ish;
pun·ish·able;
pun·ish·able·ness;
pun·ish·er;
pun·ish·ment;
pun·kah;
pun·less;
pun·net;
pun·ning·ly;
pun·ny;
pun·ster;
pun·til;
pun·ti·lla;
pun·ti·lle·ro;
pun·ty;
pun·ya;
si·pun·cu·la·cea;
si·pun·cu·li·da;
si·pun·cu·loi·dea;
tra·pun·to;
pun·ji;
pi·pun·cu·lid;
pun;
pun·cheon;
pun·gent;
pun·ja·bi;
pun·ner;
pun·to;
si·pun·cu·lid;
con·tra·pun·tal·ly;
pun·dit·i·cal;
pun·dit·i·cal·ly;
pun·ish·ably;
pun·ka;
pun·tee;

English syllables. 2014.

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  • Pun — Pun, v. t. [See {Pound} to beat.] To pound. [Obs.] [1913 Webster] He would pun thee into shivers with his fist. Shak. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Pun — Pun, n. [Cf. {Pun} to pound, {Pound} to beat.] A play on words which have the same sound but different meanings; an expression in which two different applications of a word present an odd or ludicrous idea; a kind of quibble or equivocation.… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Pun — Pun, v. i. [imp. & p. p. {Punned}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Punning}.] To make puns, or a pun; to use a word in a double sense, especially when the contrast of ideas is ludicrous; to play upon words; to quibble. Dryden. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Pun — Pun, v. t. To persuade or affect by a pun. Addison. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • pun — pun, ni pun expr. nada. ❙ «¡Ni pun hijito! De técnica narrativa no tienes ni puta idea.» Álvaro de Laiglesia, Hijos de Pu. ❙ «¿Se sabe algo nuevo de Gregorio Liñán? Ni pum.» Pedro Casals, Disparando cocaína …   Diccionario del Argot "El Sohez"

  • pun — [pun] n. [17th c. clipped form < ? It puntiglio, fine point, hence verbal quibble: see PUNCTILIO] the use of a word, or of words which are formed or sounded alike, in such a way as to juxtapose, connect, or bring out two or more of the… …   English World dictionary

  • pun — Punning, ‘the humorous use of words to suggest different meanings’, has been a feature of language at least since the time of Aristotle, who approved of them in some kinds of writing. Some famous historical examples include the description by… …   Modern English usage

  • pun — ► NOUN ▪ a joke exploiting the different meanings of a word or the fact that there are words of the same sound and different meanings. ► VERB (punned, punning) ▪ make a pun. DERIVATIVES punster noun. ORIGIN perhaps an abbreviation of obsolete… …   English terms dictionary

  • pun|ka — pun|kah or pun|ka «PUHNG kuh», noun. (in India and Indonesia) a fan, especially a large swinging fan hung from the ceiling and kept in motion by a servant or by machinery: »The courtroom was sombre…High up…the punkahs were swaying short to and… …   Useful english dictionary

  • pun|ny — «PUHN ee», adjective, ni|er, ni|est. having or consisting of a pun or puns: »a punny slogan. Episodes don t fit together very well in this…often punny and occasionally hilarious mistresspiece (Maclean s) …   Useful english dictionary

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