Common misspellings for sun:
suin, sauing, usein, soosn, suasn, swhen, sus, sund, sunnah, sunamie, suran, hsawn, sum1, sugns, saund, sgn, sscan, sunn, swun, sauana, suana, sundy, sut, souond, spune, kun, cuzen, sounth, seenn, soono, sauan, sur, souind, scna, suanne, soutn, siiue, sytun, suh, sunce, su, seaon, soun, sinnoh, sopnu, sudenn, suny, wasan, sequen, jun3, sureon, riun, kuni, sooni, secin, saun, se7en, syney, sunami, soone, sounf, sunch, sud, sseen, sunto, senmi, sbeen, suzy, resun, isgn, stion, sunda, sugeon, sudin, surfin, smany, mun, sui, suond, souing, surten, ahsan, museun, sunet, sunney, scena, snnow, seein, syn, scean, sn, sojurn, sceen, stunna, sugern, scn, usain, scene1, tsunmi, sunt, seung, misoun, sbnow, suom, seeon, sgned, sunay, jun, supenea, soeon, aun, siern, sson, san, spunn, supena, sunah, aoun, tsuani, zuni, sulin, skn, sogned, soion, soain, suung, sahwn, soine, sinor, sumon, sighn, seuing, suden, cissn, sayen, soiund, suken, sunnny, ssgn, su8ch, suton, sanaa, snaow, suign, suf, sanyo, suesan, sune, suuch, sin, soonm, tsuanmi, synq, suni, sugn, susen, soney, kuhn, sufi, sucn, sunc, ssign, sug, sdown, ssn, sueing, zuben, soon1, daesun, sunligh, sunner, saunna, soound, gesin, thsan, sootun, sunreay, sudon, ssoon, suan, suname, sanai, suv, susna, sknow, sua, suynny, susuan, soona, so0n, souund, sanny, schan, suhc, hisin, lun, seeen, suann, iseen, sycn, oun, souna, sunb, soonn, swnow, sinny, suuny, sunus, hsown, sount, 08jun09, soudn, sthen, sunck, sux, wstn, sugned, suc, sooon, suk, svn, sania, suna, susn, saign, sunnie, cun, cousn, sul, hun, ffun, yun, iun, eun, ouwn, susan, rrun, ruun, saina, sudan, senio, serne, seiwn, shunn, senai, skni, suu, succ, suinny, sunhy, sunco, suzan, synth, syrun, usn, s-one, sa-one, s. e. housman, sa. e. housman, sachen, saachen, sccession, saccession, schaean, sachaean, schaian, sachaian, sachene, scheson, sacheson, schomawi, sachomawi, sck-ack gun, sack-ack gun, sacme, sacne, scousma, sacousma, scumen, sacumen, secium, saecium, segean, saegean, segina, s7n, zsun, szun, xsun, esun, wsun, suyn, sujn, s8un, su8n, s7un, su7n, sunj, sunh, ssun, 3un, s5n, sqn, s un, su n.
Definition of sun:
- In the history of " greater light," of the creation the sun is described as " greater light," in contradistinction to the moon, the " lesser light," in conjunction with which it was to serve " for signs and for seasons, and for days, and for years," while its special office was " to rule the day." ( Genesis 1:14-16 ) The " signs" referred to were probably such extraordinary phenomena as eclipses, which were regarded as conveying premonitions of coming events. ( Jeremiah 10:2 ; Matthew 24:29 ) with Luke 21:25 The joint influence assigned to the sun and moon in deciding the " seasons," both for agricultural operations and for religious festivals, and also in regulating the length and subdivisions of the years " correctly describes the combination of the lunar and solar year which prevailed at all events subsequent to the Mosaic period. Sunrise and sunset are the only defined points of time in the absence of artificial contrivances for telling the hour of the day. Between these two points the Jews recognized three periods, viz., when the sun became hot, about 9 A.M. ( 1 Samuel 11:9 ; Nehemiah 7:3 ) the double light, or noon. ( Genesis 43:16 ; 2 Samuel 4:5 ) and " the cool of the day," shortly before sunset. ( Genesis 3:8 ) The sun also served to fix the quarters of the hemisphere, east, west north and south, which were represented respectively by the rising sun, the setting sun, ( Isaiah 45:6 ; Psalms 50:1 ) the dark quarter, ( Genesis 13:14 ; Joel 2:20 ) and the brilliant quarter, ( 33:23 ; Job 37:17 ; Ezekiel 40:24 ) or otherwise by their position relative to a person facing the rising sun-- before, behind, on the left hand and on the right hand. ( Job 23:8 Job 23:9 ) The worship of the sun, as the most prominent and powerful agent in the kingdom of nature, was widely diffused throughout the countries adjacent to Palestine. The Arabians appear to have paid direct worship to it without the intervention of any statue or symbol, ( Job 31:26 Job 31:27 ) and this simple style of worship was probably familiar to the ancestors of the Jews in Chaldaea and Mesopotamia. The Hebrews must have been well acquainted with the idolatrous worship of the sun during the captivity in Egypt, both from the contiguity of On, the chief seat of the worship of the sun, as implied in the name itself ( On being the equivalent of the Hebrew Bethshemesh, " house of the sun") ( Jeremiah 43:13 ) and also from the connection between Joseph and Potipherah(" he who belongs to Ela") the priest of On, ( Genesis 41:45 ) After their removal to Canaan, the Hebrews came in contact with various forms of idolatry which originated in the worship of the sun; such as the Baal of the Phoenicians, the Molech or Milcom of the Ammonites, and the Hadad of the Syrians. The importance attached to the worship of the sun by the Jewish kings may be inferred from the fact that the horses sacred to the sun were stalled within the precincts of the temple. ( 2 Kings 23:11 ) In the metaphorical language of Scripture the sun is emblematic of the law of God, ( Psalms 19:7 ) of the cheering presence of God, ( Psalms 84:11 ) of the person of the Saviour, ( John 1:9 ; Malachi 4:2 ) and of the glory and purity of heavenly beings. ( Revelation 1:16 ; 10:1 )
- ( Heb. shemesh), first mentioned along with the moon as the two great luminaries of heaven ( Genesis 1:14-18 ). By their motions and influence they were intended to mark and divide times and seasons. The worship of the sun was one of the oldest forms of false religion ( Job 31:26 Job 31:27 ), and was common among the Egyptians and Chaldeans and other pagan nations. The Jews were warned against this form of idolatry ( Deuteronomy 4:19 ; 17:3 ; Compare 2 Kings 23:11 ; Jeremiah 19:13 ).
- To expose to the sun.
- To expose to the sun's rays; as, to sun oneself; warm or dry in the sun.
- To expose to the sun's rays.
- To expose to the sun's rays:- pr. p. sunning; pa. t. and pa. p. sunned.
- To expose to the sun's rays; to warm or dry in the light of the sun. Sun of righteousness, a scriptural epithet applied to Jesus Christ, as the great source of spiritual light and guidance.
- first day of the week; observed as a day of rest and worship by most Christians
- any star around which a planetary system evolves
- a person considered as a source of warmth or energy or glory etc
- See Sunn.
- The luminous orb, the light of which constitutes day, and its absence night; the central body round which the earth and planets revolve, by which they are held in their orbits, and from which they receive light and heat. Its mean distance from the earth is about 92, 500, 000 miles, and its diameter about 860, 000.
- Any heavenly body which forms the center of a system of orbs.
- The direct light or warmth of the sun; sunshine.
- That which resembles the sun, as in splendor or importance; any source of light, warmth, or animation.
- To expose to the sun's rays; to warm or dry in the sun; as, to sun cloth; to sun grain.
- The group of celestial bodies, including the EARTH, orbiting around and gravitationally bound by the sun. It includes nine planets, 34 natural satellites, more than 1, 000 observed comets, and thousands of lesser bodies known as MINOR PLANETS ( asteroids) and METEOROIDS. ( From Academic American Encyclopedia, 1983)
- The round, shining body around which the earth and other planets, etc., of the solar system revolve; the source of light and heat to the earth; any center of a system of worlds; sunshine.
- The body which is the source of light and heat to our planetary system: a body which forms the centre of a system of orbs: that which resembles the sun in brightness or value.
- A body which is the source of light and heat; body around which the earth revolves; sunshine.
- The heavenly body that is the center of attraction and the main source of light and heat in the solar system.
- Any star that is the center or a system.
- Sunshine; sunlight.
- The luminary which, being in or near the centre of our system of worlds, gives light and heat to all the planets; any similar centre of a system of worlds; a sunny place; anything eminently splendid or luminous; that which is a centre of light or honour.
- The great luminary of day which gives light and heat, distant from the earth about 92, 000, 000 miles; anything eminently splendid and luminous.