Shoon meaning

sho͝on
Shoon is an old way of saying shoes.

An example of shoon is Robert Burns' poem "Ca' the Yowes to the Knowes."

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(archaic or dialectal) Plural form of shoe.
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Origin of shoon

  • From Middle English schoon (“shoes", dative plural) and scone (“shoes'", genitive plural), from Old English scōn, scōum (“shoes", dative plural) and scōna (“shoes'", genitive plural), equivalent to shoe +"Ž -en. Cognate with Scots shuin (“shoon").
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