r'coon

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Contraction of raccoon.

Noun[edit]

r'coon (plural r'coons)

  1. (colloquial) Eye dialect spelling of raccoon.
    In 1951, Disney releases R'coon Dawg starring Mickey and Pluto.
    • 2006, S. C. Kirk, An Itty Bitty Murder on the Way to Long Lane, p. 49:
      “Yeah Wayne, go on, and tell 'er 'bout the r'coon too, now there's somethin' funny,” De said, smarting back.