lown, loon (n.) Old form(s): Loone, Lowne
rogue, sluggard; worthless idiot
Mac V.iii.11[Macbeth to Servant] thou cream-faced loon!
Oth II.iii.87[Iago singing, of King Stephen] he called the tailor lown
Per IV.vi.16[Boult to Bawd, of Marina] We should have both lord and lown if the peevish baggage would but give way to customers
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