Amish expression for excluding from the society; not spoken to, not looked at, not responded to, completely ignored as if they don't exist
in WITNESS, Kelly McGillis' character was about to be shunned for fraternizing with 'the english'
by Jake February 4, 2004
a place where there is both shade and sun
Claire: It is really hot can we go stand in the shade?
Jessica: No, can we stay in the sun I'm cold.
Ella: Lets go in the shun
by ellafabreeze May 19, 2018
1. To reject someone/thing.
2. To banish someone/thing.
3. A line of high quality, Japanese-style kitchen knives made by Kershaw. The edges are tempered to a 16 degree angle, as opposed to a 23 degree angle most other kitchen knife makers use (Wusthof, for example), giving them a razor-sharp edge.
1 & 2. He was shunned to the island.
3. Alton Brown endorses Shun. Don't run with knives.
by Matt..... February 23, 2007
Both shit and the runs. When you take a crap that is too fluid to be a shit, yet too solid to be the runs.
"Sorry I missed your party. I had a bad case of the shuns."
by Sammy Stigmatism December 29, 2010
damn bro, check out that shun over there!
wow, mmm shun!
by M. Singh October 10, 2011
To reject a person or object, e.g because they have an odd shape, they look different, or they have other beliefs
John: I believe in god

Hannah: I don't

John: Shun the non believer!
by Nichola123456789 June 13, 2008
A name relating to a rare legendary person who is among the few who possess it.
Therefore a person with this name is automatically unique in at least one sense. They are often shunned due to the ridic differences between common names like James and Matthew.

adj. sometimes used to describe something of awesome rarity.
That Fender 1959 is sooo shun!
by Chimeraaaa June 20, 2009