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  1. Alternative form of on (without)
    • 1888, George MacDonald, The Elect Lady[1]:
      "As for no lo'ein' him, mither—me that canna luik at a blin' kittlin' ohn lo'ed it!—lo, mither! God made me sae, and didna mean me no' to lo' An'rew!"
      "As for not loving him, mother—me that cannot look at a blind kittling without loved it!—lo, mother! God made me so, and didn't mean me not to love Andrew!"

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ohn (upper case Ohn)

  1. A letter of the Juǀ'hoan alphabet, written in the Latin script.