shoon


Also found in: Dictionary, Wikipedia.

shoon

(sho͞on)
n. Archaic
A plural of shoe.
References in periodicals archive ?
[h]an taken hire and into chambre gon, And strepen hire out of hire rude array, And in a clooth of gold that brighte shoon, With a coroune of many a riche stoon Upon hire heed, they into halle hire broghte, And ther she was honured as hire oghte.
TO dance these Damesels them dight, 10 Thir Lasses light of Laits, Their Gloves were of the Raffel right, Their Shoon were of the Straits Their Kirtles were of Fincome light, Well prest with mony Plaits, 15 They were so nice when Men them nicht, They squeel'd like ony Gaits Fou loud that Day.
Chin Shoon's laundry at 27 Free Street was sixty years old and in fair condition.
Shoon Kathleen Murray is associate professor at American University's School of International Service.
'There was a lad baith frank and free, Cam' doon the bonnie banks o' Dee Wi' tartan plaid and buckled shoon, An' he'll come nae mair to oor toon.' - 'He dwells within a far countree, Where great ones do him courtesie, They've gien him a golden croon, An' he'll come nae mair to oor toon.' - No one is singing Up the twisty stair.
Se han senalado muchos factores de proteccion interna de la resiliencia y entre ellos cabe destacar su estrecha conexion con las estrategias de afrontamiento (coping) (Glennie, 2010; Guttman y Shoon, 2013).
INFORMATION: PLACE Capri sandals, available in a range of colours, priced PS55, from Clinkards, Shoon and other good shoe shops or placefootwear.com
INFORMATION: PLACE Capri sandals, available in a range of colours, priced PS55, from Clinkards, Shoon and other good shoe shops or placefootwear.com INFORMATION: PLACE Capri sandals, available in a range of colours, priced PS55, from Clinkards, Shoon and other good shoe shops or placefootwear.com | Place footwear is specially designed to provide optimum support | Place footwear is specially designed to provide optimum support
Encouraged by his statement, Margaret then attempts to follow the ghost, traveling throughout the countryside in "hosen and shoon, and gown alone," until she "lost the sight o' him" (ll.
(22) The last important kongsi, the Shoon Fat, Shoon Hon and T'hap in Jambusan, was bought out in 1897.
'A Lyke-Wake Dirge', first recorded in the seventeenth century, but probably medieval, details the way that the dead can dress themselves in the 'hosen and shoon' they gave away to protect them for their passage through Purgatory.
If ever thou gav'st hos'n and shoon, Every nighte and alle, Sit thee down and put them on; And Christe receive thy saule.