chon [chuhn] ExamplesWord Origin noun, plural chon.
- Also jun. a monetary unit of North Korea, the hundredth part of a won.
- Also jeon. a monetary unit of South Korea, the hundredth part of a won.
Origin of chon Korean chŏn Chinese; akin to Chinese qián; cf. sen1 Examples from the Web for chon Contemporary Examples of chon
Chon asked for and received a leave of absence, which was made public last week.
June 12, 2012
Historical Examples of chon
Chon when he was picked up by her, a poor boy on the highway, he trembled.
It is Chon, who comes from traveling and begs to present her respects to your majesty.
Let us have Chon in, for I have missed something lately, and it may be her.
Chon understood that her sister was going too far, and she struck in.
Jeanne had not come, and Chon was glad to see her first of all.
British Dictionary definitions for chon chon noun plural chon
- a North and South Korean monetary unit worth one hundredth of a won