Crossword clues for chon
n. 100 chon equal 1 won
100 chon equal 1 won
Chon is both a given name and a surname. Notable people with the name include:
- Chon Gallegos (born 1939), American football player
- Chon Wolson, Japanese soprano
- Justin Chon (born 1981), American actor
- Katherine Chon, co-founder of Polaris Project
Chon (stylized as CHON) is an American progressive rock band from San Diego, California. The band originally consisted of bassist Esiah Camarena, drummer Nathan Camarena, and guitarists Erick Hansel and Mario Camarena. Esiah left the band by the time of their debut EP release Newborn Sun in 2013, and was replaced by bassist Drew Pelisek. On November 8, 2015, Chon stated via their Twitter feed that they have parted ways with Drew Pelisek due to 'artistic differences'. It was also confirmed by Drew on a personal account.
Chon often refers to Chonan languages.
''' Chon '''may also refer to:
- Chon (name), A given name or surname
- Korean won, A currency used in North and South Korea
- CHON, a mnemonic acronym for the four most common elements in living organisms
- Kopi Luwak, a type of coffee
- Chon (band), an American math rock band
Usage examples of "chon".
WHILE Chon Look was quietly engaged in his pretended shrine, Soy Foon was also contemplative.
A solemn Chinaman, dressed in Oriental robes, was introduced as Chon Look, the priest of the secret temple.
In English, Chon Look explained the purpose of wishing sticks, of paper talismans, of other objects used by Buddhists.
Reaching the door, Chon Look extended his hand and mumbled Chinese words as he bowed.
He watched the lips of Chon Look, and saw, as well as heard, the next utterance of the mystic word.
Somewhere, at the end of this strange walk, he would meet another other than Chon Look, the Buddhist.
Approaching the large taboret, Chon Look motioned in that direction with the hammer.
Raising a scrawny, long-nailed hand, the hideous monster gesticulated toward Chon Look.
As soon as the sight-seers had gone, Chon Look went to one side of the shrine and pressed his hand against the side of a five-shelved rack which contained ornaments of jade and china.
BACK in his shrine, Chon Look stood pondering while he awaited the arrival of another crowd of tourists.
American sight-seers were considered open game in parts of Chinatown, and Chon Look, by a tie-up with the bus owners, soon had a going enterprise.
It was generally believed that Chon Look had been smart enough to turn the earnings from his old shop into this profitable business.
With a constant stream of sight-seers pouring into it, Chon Look had no need for other revenue.
Like Chon Look, the Buddhist, Soy Foon, the merchant, was sure that he was worthy of the confidence given by Kwa.
Going out, he hoped, he would remove a wrapped gift from solemn-faced Chon Look - a gift meant for Urvin.