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Chun may represent many things:
- Chun River in Thailand
- Chun District in Phayao Province, Thailand
- Chûn Castle, a hillfort in the United Kingdom
- Commandery (China), an administrative division of imperial China romanized as chün by the Wade-Giles system
- "Chun" is a Biblical city, an Aramaean city also called Kun or Cunnce
- Kwong Wui Chun (b. 1955), chairman and founder of Asia Aluminum Group
- Prince Chun (disambiguation), the title of two princes of the Chinese Qing Dynasty
- Chun the Unavoidable, a character from Jack Vance's Dying Earth stories.
- Chun, Cheon (千:Qian), Korean family-name, coming from Chinese surname Qian, Chin (千), but rare in China.
- Chun, Jeon (全:Quan, 田:Tian, 錢:Qian), Korean family-name, Jeon/Jun may be rendered as Chŏn or Chun, see Jeon (Korean name)
- Chun (陳: Chen), variant romanization of common Chinese surname Chen in Cantonese
- "Chun" is a biblical name, see List of Biblical names
- Ch'un, a former spelling of chen or shen, a type of Chinese clam monster
- chun (春), the Chinese season of spring, consisting of the end of winter and beginning of spring
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