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Atun may refer to:

  • Hakkı Atun, former prime minister of the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus
  • Norman Atun, Malaysian actor
  • Thyrsites atun (also snoek or Cape snoek), a perch-like commercial food fish in the Gempylidae family
  • Atún, Spanish for tuna (e.g. Comisión Interamericana del Atún Tropical)
  • Atum (also Atem or Tem), deity in Egyptian mythology
  • Kabushiki-Gaisha Ātūn; see Artoon

Usage examples of "atun".

Then we turned southwesterly, passed Lake Atun, and eventually reached the banks of the Aldur River on a fine spring morning.

I flew north from the Vale to the Algarian Stronghold and found out from the caretakers there that Cho-Ram XIV, the current chief of the Clan-Chiefs of Algaria, was in the vicinity of Lake Atun up near the Drasnian border.

Drasnian civilians off the islands at the mouths of the Aldur and Mrin rivers, and Algar cavalry rounded up those who had fled south toward Lake Atun and escorted them to the relative safety of the Algarian Stronghold.

Beltira had told me that Torak had penetrated as far as Lake Atun in northern Algaria.

Temple Atun, the steepest of the ruined temples of the Massassi on Yavin 4.

Unlike the Great Temple, which had been given new life as the home of the Jedi praexeum, Atun had been left as it had been found, its mechanisms inert, its passageways dark.

Luke had given Streen no instructions except to meet him at the top of Temple Atun, thereby turning the keeping of the appointment into a final test, and the temple into a puzzle and potential horror-house.

Taking two long, swift steps, Luke launched himself from the crown of Temple Atun into the warm, empty air, just as the kitehawks did.

And with him they were soon flying north from Shell Mere, over the green sea of jungle, following the Ansuc River toward the Atun Yaku, headwaters of the Napo.

The winged serpent is an Egyptian sunsymbol, mac Art, and far older than the winged disc of Atun that the saintly if impractical Pharoah AkhenAtun caused to be worshiped.

When we had satisfied our curiosity in the cave, so far as our penury of light permitted us, we clambered again to our boat, and proceeded along the coast of Mull to a headland, called Atun, remarkable for the columnar form of the rocks, which rise in a series of pilasters, with a degree of regularity, which Sir Allan thinks not less worthy of curiosity than the shore of Staffa.