The Collaborative International Dictionary
Chaun \Chaun\, n.
A gap. [Obs.]
Chaun \Chaun\, v. t. & i. To open; to yawn. [Obs.]
O, chaun thy breast.
n. (context obsolete English) A gap. vb. (context obsolete English) To open; to yawn.
Usage examples of "chaun".
The people who wanted to import lepre chauns in carpetioad lots and the folk who were convinced bringing in even one wee fellow would disrupt the local the cosystem would both be preparing their own models and running them under crystal balls.
But Phyuis had landed a project even uglier than my intertwined investigations of the Chumash Powers and the wisdom of naturalizing lepre chauns: she'd started doing a study on the pros and cons of changing the way Angels City handles its sewage.