• (noun): Young deer.
    See also — Additional definitions below

Some articles on fawn:

Peeping Fawn
... Peeping Fawn (foaled January 15, 2004 in Kentucky) is an Irish-trained Thoroughbred racehorse ... Owned by Michael Tabor Sue Magnier, and trained by Aidan O'Brien, Peeping Fawn won four Group One races in 2007 Irish Pretty Polly Stakes, Irish Oaks, Nassau Stakes and the Yorkshire Oaks ...
Legacy (2007 Novel) - Plot
... It follows the pairing of farmer Fawn and lakewalker maverick Dag, after their marriage at Fawn's home in the previous volume ... Fawn carries her heroine role through by thinking out a way to revive him, and the rest of the Lakewalkers ... Although their marriage, and Fawn's potential value to the camp are accepted by some of the Lakewalkers, The Dag-and-Fawn combination raises enough awkward precedents that they are about to be voted into exile when ...
White Fawn's Devotion
... White Fawn's Devotion A Play Acted by a Tribe of Red Indians in America is a 1910 American short dramatic silent film ... The film, which features Princess Red Wing as "White Fawn", was shot in New Jersey at 24fps ... White Fawn's Devotion is the earliest surviving film directed by a Native American, and also the first film shot in America by the French company Pathé ...
HMS Fawn
... Six ships of the Royal Navy have borne the name HMS Fawn HMS Fawn (1805), a 16-gun brig-corvette, originally the French ship Faune, she was captured in 1805 by Goliath in the English Channel and ... HMS Fawn (1807), an 18-gun sloop-of-war launched in 1807, sold in 1818 HMS Fawn (1840), a 6-gun brigantine, originally the Portuguese slave ship Caroline purchased in 1840 HMS Fawn (1856 ...
Tinker Bell (film) - Marketing
... Fawn and the Log Fawn attempts to wake some sleepy squirrels in a log ... Fawn and the Butterfly Fawn attempts to help a butterfly which is having trouble getting out of its chrysalis ...

More definitions of "fawn":

  • (verb): Have fawns.
    Example: "Deer fawn"

Famous quotes containing the word fawn:

    I am too old to fawn upon a nurse,
    Too far in years to be a pupil now.
    William Shakespeare (1564–1616)

    Thy brother by decree is banishèd.
    If thou dost bend, and pray, and fawn for him,
    I spurn thee like a cur out of my way.
    William Shakespeare (1564–1616)

    The wanton Troopers riding by
    Have shot my Fawn and it will die.
    Ungentle men! They cannot thrive
    To kill thee. Thou ne’er didst alive
    Them any harm: alas, nor could
    Thy death yet do them any good.
    Andrew Marvell (1621–1678)