Bunion, bun′yun, n. a lump or inflamed swelling on the ball of the great toe.
I'll yun and ask her, and if she'll let me, I can come back.
Fanion, fan′yun, n. a small marking-flag used at a station in surveying.
Bastion, bast′yun, n. a kind of tower at the angles of a fortification.
Yué ngueou po sien jou, Tan lou ty tchan yué, Ou yun king tai pan Ko ou, pou ko choué.
Battalion, bat-al′yun, n. a body of soldiers consisting of several companies: a body of men drawn up in battle-array.
Onion, un′yun, n. the name given to a few species of genus Allium, esp.
Demi-bastion, dem′i-bast′yun, n. a kind of half-bastion, consisting of one face and one flank.
Scullion, skul′yun, n. a servant in the scullery: a servant for drudgery-work: a mean fellow.
Disunion, dis-ūn′yun, n. want of union: breaking up of union or concord: separation.