coon

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Englisch - Türkisch
marsık
gündüz feneri
karaköpek
hayb
zenci
rakun
{i} kurnaz
coon bear
(Hayvan Bilim, Zooloji) panda
coon methode
(Tıp) coons yöntemi
coon song
zenci şarkısı
coon's age
sonsuz uzun zaman süreci
in a coon's age
{k} çoktandır, epeydir
Englisch - Englisch
A raccoon

How about a ham sandwich for you and your 'coon?.

A black person
A coonass
To hunt racoons
To steal

Tris and his gang loved to prowl around at night, “cooning melons,” as Speaker put it in a 1920 interview. By all accounts, young Master Speaker was a handful.

To fish by noodling, by feeling for large fish in underwater holes
For an African American, to play the dated stereotype of a black fool for an audience, particularly including Caucasians

Then the warrior appeared, in a manner that was dead serious as a heart attack wearing a baseball cap. Then came the sidekick, a jet black madman dancing, and almost cooning out of the shadows that cancelled him.

A person who is a member of a colourfully dressed dancing troupe in Cape Town during New Year celebrations
To crawl while straddling, especially in crossing a creek

Advertising” was one problem for frontier women. Another was having to “coon” across a fallen tree that had been felled and limbed to bridge a canyon or gully.

an eccentric or undignified rustic; "I'll be a gone coon when the battle starts
(ethnic slur) offensive name for a Black person; "only a Black can call another Black a nigga"
{i} raccoon (small nocturnal mammal); black person (derogatory)
To crawl by straddling a log, especially in crossing a creek, or similar, such as a construction beam
A coon is a raccoon
North American raccoon
Coon is an extremely offensive word for a black person
an eccentric or undignified rustic; "I'll be a gone coon when the battle starts"
coon cat
A Maine Coon
coon cats
plural form of coon cat
coon hounds
plural form of coon hound
coon it
To crawl by straddling a log, especially in crossing a creek, or similar, such as a construction beam

I was crawling across the beam—because I wasn’t able to walk on it. It was really thin. To this day, I would crawl on it—they call it “cooning it.”.

coon's age
A very long time

We've been waiting a coon's age for our damn food.

coon-skin cap
Alternative spelling of coonskin cap
coon-skin caps
plural form of coon-skin cap
coon-skin hat
Alternative form of coonskin cap
coon-skin hats
plural form of coon-skin hat
Maine Coon
A large, semi-longhair, natural domestic cat breed that originated in Maine
Maine coon
A large long-haired cat of a breed native to North America, having a bushy tapered tail and often a full ruff
Maine coon cat
North America's only native breed of longhaired domestic cat. Though its origins are unknown, it was first shown in Boston in 1878. Maines are large, muscular, and heavy-boned; they may have been named for their raccoon-like tail. Excellent mousers, they are known for their gentleness, intelligence, and kind disposition, and are especially good with children and dogs. Most are brown tabbies
coons
plural of coon
coon
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