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Definition of Lunt

Lunt
Lunt Lunt, n. [D. lont; akin to Dan. & G. lunte, Sw. lunta. Cf. Link a torch.] 1. The match cord formerly used in firing cannon. 2. A puff of smoke. [Scotch.] --Burns.

Meaning of Lunt from wikipedia

- Alfred David Lunt (August 12, 1892 – August 3, 1977) was an American actor and director, best known for his long stage partnership with his wife, Lynn...
- Lunt is a small village in the borough of Sefton in Merseyside, England, close to Sefton Village and to the west of Maghull and is in the L29 postcode...
- Lunt Silversmiths was an American manufacturer of fine sterling, silver-plate and stainless steel flatware, holloware, and giftware established in 1902...
- Lunt is a surname. Notable people with the surname include: Alfred Lunt (1892–1977), an American stage director and actor Alphonso M. Lunt (1837–1917)...
- The Lunt-Fontanne Theatre (previously known as the Globe Theatre) is a Broadway theatre located at 205 West 46th Street in Midtown Manhattan. Designed...
- Daniil Romanovich Luntz (Russian: Даниил Романович Лунц; 1912 – 1977) was a KGB agent who ran the Serbski Institute for Forensic Psychiatry in Moscow....
- success in supporting roles in the West End, she met the American actor Alfred Lunt, whom she married in 1922 and with whom she co-starred in Broadway and West...
- Weston Lunt (born October 7, 1993) is a former American football quarterback. He pla**** college football for the Illinois Fighting Illini. During his junior...
- Lunt and Fontanne was an American acting duo composed of: Alfred Lunt (1892–1977) Lynn Fontanne (1887–1983) This disambiguation page lists articles ****ociated...
- Orrington Lunt (1815–1897) was one of the founders of Northwestern University, Illinois, United States, and was known as the "father of Evanston" or the...