[ mˈaka͡ʊn], [ mˈakaʊn], [ m_ˈa_k_aʊ_n]
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The word "macoun" is unique to the Acadian language. It is a word meaning "a small hill".
The Acadian people of Nova Scotia migrated to present-day New Brunswick in the 18th century. They brought with them the dialect of French spoken in the Bywater region of southwest France.
As the Acadian language evolved, so did the word "macoun". Today, the word refers to a small hill or mound, or to any object that is not particularly high or large.
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Proper noun, singular
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Homophones for Macoun:
- maximum, mosan, magnum, mycenaen, monosemy, mazama, meconium, munchausen, manson, mackinaw, may queen, mansion, momism, mahayanism, misname, myxoma, minocin, muezzin, machine, mass noun, meniscium, muenchen, mucuna, mission, meccano, mackem, makin, manakin, maxim, meshuggeneh, manikin, mencken, Mishnah, Manzoni, mckim, masochism, musician, manna gum, mahican, monism, muskhogean, megohm, misogyny, mix in, mazzini, mizzen, mommsen, mason, misogamy, mexican, mexicano, mahogany, macho-man, monosomy, magma, machismo, Manichean, monogamy, myxine, mocassin, manumission, museum, miocene, muazzin, michigan, meningioma, moccasin, mnemosyne, maugham, mock sun, mug's game, Miasm, mosaicism, magician, mu-meson, misocainea, mezzanine, mucin, minus sign, Manichaean, mycenae, mean sun, mannikin, mohican, massine, messina, maximian, meningism, monogyny, meson, macon, Mishna, miasma, maoism, Manichaeism, mikania, moonshine, muskogean, mizen, magazine, mannequin, mycenaean, monsoon, mancunian, myosin, munchhausen, monacan.
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