From Anglo-Norman gune, goune, from Old French goune, from Late Latin gunna ("leather garment, a fur"), from Ancient Greek γούνα ("coarse garment"), of unknown origin. Perhaps from a Balkan or Apennine language. Alternatively, perhaps from Scythian, from Proto-Iranian *gawnám ("fur") (compare and Ossetian гъун)..
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