Common misspellings for coin:
kuoni, cocine, cown, colina, coupn, cottn, korny, gowin, coir, gorwn, crian, joind, ajoin, coisin, ceioing, ction, ccabin, goind, fuckin, clini, cocain, codine, cornie, gooing, coliin, gogin, coice, comin, comeon, cobin, clien, goinq, cting, cornor, cutin, cotinue, coliny, cucoon, oconnor, koing, soin, dcown, jointhe, caino, coting, codno, kjoin, corn, cuaing, coxing, conn, couior, coson, clain, colny, goint, goany, gonna, joing, sioon, konwn, cocern, tookin, coocon, uconn, gaoing, comein, doin, comne, cohan, comoun, couinty, coton, couins, cuing, joigned, tocan, konini, couison, cozing, cming, commion, qoin, comeign, colini, coutn, cosin, coupan, codign, conna, goiin, ooing, cauing, cohne, coffn, cocian, cousan, goinf, comen, gouing, cuzzin, joinig, coient, conney, cain't, coacain, cuzine, comain, coo'ing, couz, couir, cnnie, coany, scoing, caint, copign, gobin, couny, codien, cuzion, goeing, poin, cobain, coindo, cousian, voing, goingo, cocon, coyne, joion, jokin, agoin, corian, caine, gione, joiing, accoun, goine, coid, ocaion, giogn, scown, goi9ng, jjoin, coind, cosino, jophn, codin, qonna, workin, confi, counil, cin, occaion, caing, cociane, koint, coen, caqn, comign, joine, conwy, conern, 1john, pokin, agaoin, coution, coiunty, cornic, jobin, wockn, gioing, joiney, courtin, coodain, corain, codein, coughin, jonin, codiene, cotain, joohn, join, comoon, coten, woorkin, cosen, joihn, corien, goinon, ogign, comon, mmin, comnay, aoun, cmoing, comine, comn, kwown, joina, coniune, copon, goiong, counfy, cosion, con, joim, codene, togain, cusin, cornr, vacaion, conor, coccain, gaoin, colinie, cloun, cion, capin, goign, couisn, cahin, goiing, coccon, jonnin, ghoing, cofin, cloing, goinig, coaine, ccoming, can12, coatin, john1, cornia, lgoin, cacoon, conme, cottin, copin, goin, koinia, coecion, corion, conoe, conain, goekn, comun, counth, kickin, corwn, cound, caorn, wokin, go9ing, cocan, gointo, got'n, cornny, joiin, dodgin, joinng, connia, gaion, copeny, joinee, coiunt, gaiin, couln, goihng, goiung, cuousin, courian, goinh, cookin, cocane, clin, choing, joinly, jopin, cofine, goingf, jouin, youin, coun, corne, lookin, corkin, corrn, john2, chiekn, croun, connar, wjine, hoin, cuzin, voin, colun, cozin, goina, mcain, jioing, goingi, commin, lokin, gourn, couzin, cosiun, geoing, cobine, ajoing, gonnna, coine, cokain, khown, cofffin, ecoing, cuin, coier, joiny, commn, econo, coean, goinna, tokin, cokaine, joirney, caind, joiun, coumn, copnay, conne, toin, conie, coint, cornar, coing, yoin, ctiy, corin, quoon, cking, goinng, cornd, secoin, coccun, conirm, copoun, coffein, cohn, nogin, joinour, joghn, cousoin, cadin, carni, cavin, gotin, coniue, vocaion, jooin, cosuin, john3, cuingom, comuin, fogin, coying, coucin, eccoing, boucn, cois, cayoun, goesin, ceing, qoing, cutain, coman, gouwn, cooeing, croiwn, couid, cojoin, logni, cbin, johgn, cain, ocoan, cnil, couin, pacquin, camorn, camoaign, camoain, comaign, cacn, coan, catin, coesion, cofen, oin, coings, colin, collin, comino, comion, c'mon, commoin, conin, connor, coney, corna, couhlin, cousn, cozn, ggoing, khoon, ioin, joitn, joir, jnior, kechin, loookin, noin, noiw, rokin, rogin, xoin, foin, cpin, c0in, c9in, cokn, co9n, co8n, coij, xcoin, cxoin, vcoin, cvoin, fcoin, cfoin, dcoin, cdoin, cioin, coiin, ckoin, cokin, cpoin, c0oin, co0in, c9oin, co9in, coiun, cojin, coijn, coikn, cooin, coi9n, co8in, coi8n, coinb, coimn, coinm, coinj, coinh, ocin, coni, ccoin, coinn, koin, cmin, coayen, coeyen, c oin, co in, coi n.
Definition of coin:
- To make into coins; stamp or mint; originate; counterfeit.
- To make ( coins) by stamping pieces of metal; invent.
- To convert a piece of metal into money: to form, as a medal, by stamping: to make, invent, fabricate.
- To convert into money by stamping; to fabricate.
- of phrases or words
- To convert metal into money; to mint; to forge; to fabricate; to invent.
- To make money of metal; to make, as to coin a word; to forge or fabricate.
- a metal piece ( usually a disc) used as money
- A quoin; a corner or external angle; a wedge. See Coigne, and Quoin.
- A piece of metal on which certain characters are stamped by government authority, making it legally current as money; -- much used in a collective sense.
- That which serves for payment or recompense.
- To make of a definite fineness, and convert into coins, as a mass of metal; to mint; to manufacture; as, to coin silver dollars; to coin a medal.
- To make or fabricate; to invent; to originate; as, to coin a word.
- To acquire rapidly, as money; to make.
- To manufacture counterfeit money.
- A piece of metal legally stamped and authorized to be used as money; coined money collectively; a corner or angle.
- A piece of metal legally stamped and current as money.
- Stamped money.
- A corner or external angle; a wedge; a quoin; a die used in coining; a piece of metal stamped and current as money; money; that which serves for payment; a kind of die cut diagonally, after the manner of a flight of stairs.
- A piece of gold, silver, or copper stamped; money.