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(UK dialectal, chiefly Northern England) To beat; thrash.
(Ulster) Boy, youth.
From either Scots loon (“boy, lad”) or Middle Dutch loen (“fool, lout”).
Origin uncertain. Compare Scots lounder (“to deal heavy blows on, thrash”).
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