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Borrowed from Tibetan བོན (bon).

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Bon

  1. An indigenous Tibetan religion, in many ways akin to Tibetan Buddhism.
    Synonym: Bonism (uncommon)

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18th century, borrowed from French bon.

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  • IPA(key): /bɔ̃/, [bɔŋ], [bɔ̃ː]
    • Denasalized [bɔŋ] is strongly predominant in Germany (as also in Bonbon).
    • (file)
    • Homophone: Bong
  • IPA(key): /boːn/ (alternatively in Austria)

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Bon m (strong, genitive Bons, plural Bons)

  1. voucher
    1. receipt
      Synonyms: Quittung, Beleg, Kassenzettel
      Wollen Sie den Bon?Do you want the receipt?
    2. coupon
      Synonyms: Marke, Wertmarke, Coupon / Kupon
      Ein Bier kostet zwei Bons.A beer costs two coupons.

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  • Bon” in Duden online
  • Bon” in Digitales Wörterbuch der deutschen Sprache

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Bon

  1. Rōmaji transcription of ぼん

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Bon m

  1. a male given name

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Bon f (plural Bone)

  1. track, railway

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Bon

  1. a male given name
    • 2020, Thái Trà, “ĐH Duy Tân giành giải nhất cuộc thi học thuật về y tế”, in Zing news[1]:
      Vượt qua 226 thí sinh đến từ các trường y dược trên toàn quốc, Đỗ Thế Bon - sinh viên ngành Bác sĩ đa khoa, ĐH Duy Tân đã xuất sắc giành giải nhất tại cuộc thi học thuật về y tế.
      Beating 226 other contestants from medical schools all over the country, Đỗ Thế Bon — a General Practitioner student at Duy Tân University — outstandingly won the first prize in a medical scholarship contest.