Definition of Gonne
1. Noun. Irish patriot and a founder of the Sinn Fein (1865-1953).
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Literary usage of Gonne
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Naval Accounts and Inventories of the Reign of Henry VII: 1485-8 and 1495-7 by Michael Oppenheim (1896)
"... xx gonne Poudre . . . . j barell Spares ...... x lede . . . . . . di c weight ... A grosse Billys ...... xxxv Speres ...... xxxv gonne Poudre . . . . ij ..."
2. Archives of Maryland by Maryland Historical Society (1887)
"... the fault of the defend' in the negligent keeping of the gonne during that ... find that the gonne is in the possession or pover of the def' whereby he ..."
3. Essex Papers by Arthur Capel Essex, Osmund Airy (1890)
"Lord Martial" is gonne to Brussels, and from thence to Rome, to sollicite a general! peace. France is Lowe, and Germany growes united against France, ..."
4. Works of the Camden Society by Camden Society (Great Britain), Royal Historical Society (Great Britain) (1890)
"Lord Martial" is gonne to Brussels, and from thence to Rome, to sollicite a generall peace. France is Lowe, and Germany growes united against France, ..."
5. Catalogue of a Selection from the Stowe Manuscripts Exhibited in the King's by British Museum Dept. of Manuscripts (1883)
"... for gonne stonys" [ie cannon-balls] are supplied; the cost being £j \ is. 3. HENRY VIII. [1509-1547]. ..."