Definitions for "Dun"
Keywords:  mayfly, mane, dorsal, brownish, grayish
Of a dark color; of a color partaking of a brown and black; of a dull brown color; swarthy.
(1) Early stage in a mayfly's life; usually of short duration (1 to 24 hours). (2) A grayish-blue color that found in some fly tying materials. ()
A yellow or gold body and leg color, often with a black or brown mane and tail, and usually with a dorsal stripe and stripes on the legs and withers.
A mound or small hill.
A simple fortified settlement, usually defended by large drystone ramparts, found in Ireland and Scotland.
A simple motte and bailey castle built by the Kral.
Keywords:  importune, beset, debtor, urge, demand
To ask or beset (e.g., a debtor), for payment; to urge importunately.
An urgent request or demand of payment; as, he sent his debtor a dun.
To repeatedly demand payment of a debt.
Keywords:  codfish, cure, salt, grass, dark
To cure, as codfish, in a particular manner, by laying them, after salting, in a pile in a dark place, covered with salt grass or some like substance.
cure by salting; "dun codfish"
Dial-Up Networking profile in Bluetooth. With DUN, a Bluetooth device can use the modem of other Bluetooth device for connecting it to the Internet. A notebook, that is linked to a mobile phone via Bluetooth, can use the mobile phone as a GPRS modem to connect it to the Internet. Also see Bluetooth.
A remote network that can be accessed via a telephone number. Also provides modular support for multiple dial-up providers with support for a variety of different protocols
(Dial-Up Networking) connects you to remote networks using your modem, ISDN or other WAN adapter. Back to the Top
Keywords:  barousse, felipe, piensa, bou, barcode
Distribution Unit Number - DUN-14, not a bar-code type but frequently constructed from 12/13 digit retail barcode numbers with a check digit. Includes the product code and a preceding logistical variable digit which can indicate the level of containment of a product (Thanks to Felipe Barousse Boué,
Term used to describe an adult aquatic insect following emergence from the water.
The “birth” of the winged insect. The dun is the freshly emerged aquatic insect that will leave the water once its wings are dry and hardened.
treat cruelly; "The children tormented the stuttering teacher"
Keywords:  duplex
persistently ask for overdue payment; "The grocer dunned his customers every day by telephone"
Keywords:  one
One who duns; a dunner.