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conn

  

      vb  
      n      a variant spelling (esp. U.S.) of       con   4  


Conn  
      n   2nd century a.d., king of Leinster and high king of Ireland  
Conn.  
      abbrev. for   Connecticut  
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Conn  
      n   2nd century a.d., king of Leinster and high king of Ireland  


conn  
      vb  
      n      a variant spelling (esp. U.S.) of       con   4  
Conn.  
      abbrev. for   Connecticut  

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con   [4]   ,   (esp. U.S.)   conn            (Nautical)  
      vb   , cons, conns, conning, conned  
1    tr   to direct the steering of (a vessel)  
      n  
2    the place where a person who cons a vessel is stationed  
     (C17 cun, from earlier condien to guide, from Old French conduire, from Latin conducere; see conduct)  


conn         
      vb  
      n      a variant spelling (esp. U.S.) of       con   4  
Conn  
      n   2nd century a.d., king of Leinster and high king of Ireland  
Conn.  
      abbrev. for   Connecticut  

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Connecticut  
      n  
1    a state of the northeastern U.S., in New England. Capital: Hartford Pop.: 3269858 (1997 est.). Area: 12973 sq. km (5009 sq. miles).,   (Abbrevs.)    Conn            (with zip code)   CT  
2    a river in the northeastern U.S., rising in N New Hampshire and flowing south to Long Island Sound. Length: 651 km (407 miles)  


conn  
      vb  
      n      a variant spelling (esp. U.S.) of       con   4  
Conn         
      n   2nd century a.d., king of Leinster and high king of Ireland  
Conn.  
      abbrev. for   Connecticut  

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