Won or WON may refer to:
- The Korean won from 1902–1910:
- Won (surname), the Korean form of Yuan
- Won Buddhism, a specific form of Korean Buddhism
- World Opponent Network, a former online gaming service
- Wrestling Observer Newsletter, a professional wrestling dirtsheet written by Dave Meltzer
- Won (As Friends Rust album)
- Won (Pacewon album)
- Lugart Won, a fictional character
- World Ocean Network, an international non-profit association of organizations to promote the sustainable use of the oceans
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Other articles related to "won":
... Awards Best Supporting Actress Around People's Park Won 2000 Star Awards Best Supporting Actress My Home Affairs Won 2000 Star Awards Top 10 Most Popular Female Artiste N/A Won 2001 Star Awards Best Supporting Actress ...
1962 Fireball Roberts (also won Daytona 500 pole position) 1977 Cale Yarborough 1984 Cale Yarborough (also won Daytona 500 pole position) 1985 Bill Elliott (also won Daytona 500 ...
... Williams has won various awards with some of his more recognised accolades being the BRIT awards ... He has won 17 BRIT awards which also include the BRITs he won with Take That making him the most successful artist in BRIT history ... He has also won 8 Echo Awards from the German music industry ...
... His first thirteen fights were all won by knockout, and he built a record of 56-0 with 50 knockout wins by the time the IBF had him ranked as their number one world title challenger ... Prior to that, he had won the Mexican and regional NABF welterweight titles ... He won the NABF one on his first fight abroad, defeating Roger Turner by a twelve round decision in Las Vegas, Nevada, on June 19, 1992 ...
... The Los Angeles Times won five journalism awards, the most that the newspaper has ever won in a single year and second only to The New York Times in 2002 for the most won in a ...
Famous quotes containing the word won:
“The United States never lost a war or won a conference.”
—Will Rogers (18791935)
“Dule and wae for the order sent our lads to the Border;
The English, for ance, by guile won the day:
The Flowers of the Forest, that foucht aye the foremost,
The prime o our land, are cauld in the clay.”
—Jean Elliot (17271805)