gon

gon·a·duct;
gon·a·kie;
gon·apophysal;
gon·apophysis;
gon·ca·lo;
gon·dang;
gon·do·let;
gon·do·lier;
gon·ef;
gon·er;
gon·fa·lon;
gon·fa·lon·ier;
gon·fa·lo·nie·re;
gon·fa·non;
gon·go·resque;
gon·go·rism;
gon·gy·lo·ne·ma;
gon·i·dan·gi·um;
gon·if;
gon·i·mo·blast;
gon·i·mo·lobe;
gon·nard·ite;
gon·o·blas·tid·i·al;
gon·o·blas·tid·i·um;
gon·o·cho·ric;
gon·o·cho·rism;
gon·o·cho·rist;
gon·o·coc·cal;
gon·o·coc·cus;
gon·o·coel;
gon·o·cox·ite;
gon·o·cyte;
gon·o·duct;
gon·of;
gon·o·mere;
gon·o·phore;
gon·o·plasm;
gon·o·pod;
gon·o·po·di·al;
gon·o·po·di·um;
gon·o·pore;
gon·o·rhyn·chus;
gon·or·rhea;
gon·o·some;
gon·o·sto·mat·i·dae;
gon·o·the·ca;
gon·o·tome;
gon·o·tyl;
gor·gon;
gor·gon·ize;
gor·gon·zo·la;
hep·ta·gon;
het·er·o·gon·ic;
homo·gon·ic;
hor·mo·gon;
jar·gon·ist;
jar·gon·is·tic;
jar·gon·ize;
ke·gon;
ken·tro·gon;
mar·ta·gon;
mas·ke·gon;
mer·o·gon;
mer·o·gon·ic;
meta·gon·i·mus;
mu·gon·go;
non·a·gon;
oc·ta·gon;
oka·na·gon;
ophio·po·gon;
or·e·gon;
par·a·gon·i·mi·a·sis;
par·a·gon·i·mus;
par·er·gon;
pel·ar·gon·aldehyde;
pel·ar·gon·ic;
pel·ar·gon·i·din;
pen·ta·dec·a·gon;
pen·ta·gon·ese;
peri·gon;
-po·gon;
po·gon;
poly·gon;
poly·gon·a·tum;
poly·gon·ic;
pros·tho·gon·i·mus;
pro·ta·gon;
pyc·no·gon·i·da;
rhi·zo·po·gon;
sai·gon;
sa·mo·gon;
shin·gon;
spo·ro·gon·ic;
tar·ra·gon;
the·o·gon·ic;
ti·gon;
trago·po·gon;
tri·met·ro·gon;
tro·gon;
tro·gon·i·dae;
tro·gon·oid;
try·gon;
try·gon·i·dae;
un·dec·a·gon;
wag·gon;
er·gon·o·mist;
flex·a·gon;
gon·o·coc·ce·mia;
gon·zo;
al·gon·ki·an;
gon·do·la;
hex·a·gon;
iso·gon·ic;
jar·gon;
par·a·gon;
pen·ta·gon;
tri·gon;
al·gon·kin;
al·gon·qui·an;
al·gon·quin;
co·gon·grass;
cos·mo·gon·i·cal;
ep·i·gon;
ge·o·gon·i·cal;
gon·a·ke;
gon·apophysial;
gon·go·ris·tic;
gon·i·a·ti·toid;
gon·iff;
gon·o·blas·tid;
gon·o·cho·ris·mal;
gon·o·cho·ris·tic;
gon·o·coc·ce·mic;
gon·o·coc·cic;
gon·o·coele;
gon·o·mer·ic;
gon·oph;
gon·o·phor·ic;
gon·o·po·dal;
gon·or·rhe·al;
gon·or·rhoea;
gon·or·rhoe·al;
gon·o·the·cal;
hol·o·gon·ic;
jar·gon·eer;
poly·gon·i·cal·ly;
sa·mo·gon·ka;
schizo·gon·ic;
sper·mato·gon·ic;

English syllables. 2014.

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  • Gon — 〈n. 11; nach Zahlenangaben Pl.: ; 〉 Maßeinheit für den ebenen Winkel, im Unterschied zum Altgrad, der 400. Teil des Vollkreises od. der 100. Teil des rechten Winkels; Sy Neugrad [zu grch. gonia „Ecke“] * * * gon = Gon. * * * Gon   [zu griechisch… …   Universal-Lexikon

  • Gon — has the following meanings: * GON is the IATA airport code for Groton New London Airport * In German, Swedish, and other northern European languages, gon is a synonym for grad, a measurement of plane angle equivalent to 1/400 of a full circle. *… …   Wikipedia

  • Gon — ゴン Жанр комедия, приключения Манга Автор Масаси Танака Издатель …   Википедия

  • Gon — puede hacer referencia a: Gon Freecss, personaje principal de la serie de anime/manga Hunter × Hunter escrita por Yoshihiro Togashi. El apodo del futbolista japonés Masashi Nakayama. Gon, serie de manga protagonizada por un pequeño dinosaurio… …   Wikipedia Español

  • Gon — Gon, das; s, e <griechisch> (Geodäsie Einheit für [ebene] Winkel [1 gon = 100. Teil eines rechten Winkels]; Zeichen gon); 5 Gon …   Die deutsche Rechtschreibung

  • gon — [ gɔ̃ ] n. m. • v. 1980; gr. gônia « angle » ♦ Métrol. Unité de mesure d angle plan. ⇒ 1. grade. 100 gons valent 90°. ⊗ HOM. Gond, gong. ● gon nom masculin Synonyme de grade (unité d angle), utilisé surtout dans les pays germaniques. ● gon… …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • gon|do|la — «GON duh luh, gon DOH », noun. 1. a long, narrow boat, with a high peak at each end, used on the canals of Venice. It is rowed or poled by a single oar near the stern. 2. a) a car that hangs under an airship and holds the motors, passengers, and… …   Useful english dictionary

  • gon|if — or gon|iff «GON uhf», noun. = ganef. (Cf. ↑ganef) …   Useful english dictionary

  • Gon — Gon, imp. & p. p. of {Go}. [Obs.] Chaucer. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • gon- — ⇒GON(O) , (GON , GONO ) élém. formant Élém. formant, du gr. « genou », entrant dans la construction de qq. subst. du domaine de la méd. (pathol., rhumatologie); le 2e terme est d orig. gr. V. gonalgie (s.v. algie I) et aussi : gonarthrite, subst …   Encyclopédie Universelle

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