Definition of "hun" []

  • A member of any of several Asiatic nomadic peoples speaking Mongoloid or Turkic languages who dominated much of Asia and E Europe from before 300 bc, invading the Roman Empire in the 4th and 5th centuries ad (noun)
  • A vandal (noun)
  • Affectionate abbreviation of honey. (noun) (c) HarperCollins Publishers Ltd 2016

  • A grey partridge. (noun) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "hun" in a sentence
  • "Being a Jam Tart surely he couldn't possibly confuse the term hun (used by the catholic Celtic fans to denigrate protestants) as referring only to Rangers fans especially since any time Celtic administer the usual gubbing to his team, the Celtic fans sing 'go home ya huns' at the departing early Hearts support."
  • "Now, back to the huntress/lara croft/female Jack Bauer being mentored by attilla the hun aka mcbush."
  • "Well, you must live in exalted company because not one Rangers fan I know takes being called a hun, with anything other than the same disgust as a Celtic fan being called a fenian."