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Etymology 1Edit

From Middle English, from Old English rūn, from Proto-Germanic *rūnō; more at round. Doublet of rune.

NounEdit

roun (plural rouns)

  1. (obsolete) A secret or mystery.
  2. (obsolete) A mysterious or sacred writing.
  3. (obsolete) A rumour, speech, advice.
  4. (obsolete) A whisper.

Etymology 2Edit

From Old English rūnian.

VerbEdit

roun (third-person singular simple present rouns, present participle rouning, simple past and past participle rouned)

  1. (obsolete) to whisper

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AdjectiveEdit

roun (comparative rouner, superlative rounest)

  1. Alternative form of roond

PrepositionEdit

roun

  1. Alternative form of roond

AdverbEdit

roun (comparative rouner, superlative rounest)

  1. Alternative form of roond

NounEdit

roun (plural rouns)

  1. Alternative form of roond

VerbEdit

roun (third-person singular present rouns, present participle rounin, past rount, past participle rount)

  1. Alternative form of roond