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thon

pron. (context rare see usage notes English) they (qualifier: singular). {{non-gloss definition|gender-neutral third-person singular subject pronoun, coordinate with gendered pronouns (term: he) and (term: she).}}

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Thon

Thon may refer to:

People
  • Thon Maker, Australian basketballer
  • Dickie Thon, Major League baseball player
  • Konstantin Thon, Russian architect
  • Nikolaos Thon, Greek businessman
  • Olaf Thon, German footballer
  • Olav Thon, Norwegian businessman
  • Ozjasz Thon, Polish rabbi
  • Daniel Thon, German businessman
Places
  • Thon Buri, former capital of Thailand and a current district of Bangkok
Fiction and Mythology
  • Thon (mythology), a figure from Greek mythology
  • In the post-apocalyptic science-fiction novel A Canticle for Leibowitz, a "thon" is an academic rank similar to a "don" of today's oxonian and cantabrigian usage (also used elsewhere in academia).
  • In the Star Wars expanded universe, the ancient Jedi Master Thon
Other
  • Thon Colin Films, a comedy film production company (UK) directed by Lemon Otter.
  • The Penn State IFC/Panhellenic Dance Marathon
  • "Thon", proposed third-person singular gender-neutral pronoun
  • Thon rammana, a pair of Thai and Cambodian drums.
  • -thon, a generic suffix, usually used for fundraising events like walk-a-thons or telethons, usually implying a long duration. Derived from marathon.
Thon (river)

The Thon or Ton is a small river in northern France. It is a tributary of the river Oise, which flows into the Seine. It crosses the Ardennes and Aisne departments and is the central river of the Thiérache.

Usage examples of "thon".

 Thon Taddeo had been answering questions about his work with less reticence than usual, no longer worried, apparently, about such controversial subjects as the refrangible property of light, or the ambitious of Thon Esser Shon.

Thon Taddeo had been answering questions about his work with less reticence than usual, no longer worried, apparently, about such controversial subjects as the refrangible property of light, or the ambitious of Thon Esser Shon.

Megapentheth the themi-demigod, thon of Queen Ththeneboeia by the demigod Bellerophon and thlayer of the falth mythic hero Pertheuth.

At least they did until thon bunch of blirts on the telly started blatherin' like eejits, makin' sport of the provo cause.

It stands in Instopressible how Meynhir Mayour, our boorgomaister, thon staunch Thorsman, (our Nancy's fancy, our own Nanny's Big Billy), his hod hoisted, in best bib and tucker, with Woolington bottes over buckram babbishkis and his clouded cane and necknoose aureal, surrounded of his full cooperation with fixed baronets and meng our pueblos, restrained by chain of hands from pinchgut, hoghill, darklane, gibbetmeade and beaux and laddes and bumbellye, shall receive Dom King at broadstone barrow meet a keys of goodmorrow on to his pompey cushion.

He was acquainted with it, but admitting the acquaintance might force him to admit to an awareness that Thon Taddeo's name was being spoken in the same breath with names of natural philosophers dead a thousand years and more, while the Thon was scarcely in his thirties.

He was acquainted with it, but admitting the acquaintance might force him to admit to an awareness that Then Taddeo's name was being spoken in the same breath with names of natural philosophers dead a thousand years and more, while the thon was scarcely in his thirties.

Blue-hive, she heard, skirmished with the others and retreated, sealed into its hill again, while reds came and went where they would: Thons came from Cerdin to try to persuade them back into quiet.

And any visiting thons from other principalities can have a look at them too.

We will attempt to steal a march on them bytraveling along this route, the Thon- Thalas River.

The aircraft disgorged more, Thon and Yalt, but there were now no welcomes at all.