Definitions for ANONəˈnɒn

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Random House Webster's College Dictionary


  1. in a short time; soon.

  2. at another time.

  3. Archaic. at once; immediately.

Idioms for anon:

  1. ever and anon, now and then; occasionally.

    Category: Idiom

Origin of anon:

bef. 1000; ME anon, anoon, OE on āne in one (course), i.e., straightaway


  1. anonymous.

  2. anonymously.

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Princeton's WordNet

  1. anon(adverb)

    at another time

    "ever and anon"

  2. anon(adverb)

    (old-fashioned or informal) in a little while

    "see you anon"


  1. Anon(ProperNoun)

    The name given when an author's name is unknown.

  2. Origin: Shortened form of anonymous

Webster Dictionary

  1. Anon(adverb)

    straightway; at once

  2. Anon(adverb)

    soon; in a little while

  3. Anon(adverb)

    at another time; then; again

Anagrams of ANON

  1. Nona

  2. nano, Nano


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