Apon vs. Upon

By Jaxson

  • Apon

    Irvingia gabonensis is a species of African trees in the genus Irvingia, sometimes known by the common names wild mango, African mango, bush mango, dika or ogbono. They bear edible mango-like fruits, and are especially valued for their fat- and protein-rich nuts.

  • Upon (preposition)

    Physically above and in contact with.

    “Place the book upon the table.”

  • Upon (preposition)

    Physically directly supported by.

    “The crew set sail upon the sea.”

    “She balanced upon one foot.”

  • Upon (preposition)

    Being followed by another so as to form a series.

    “hours upon hours, years upon years”

  • Upon (preposition)

    At (a prescribed point in time).

    “The contract was rendered void upon his death.”

  • Upon (preposition)


  • Upon (adverb)

    Being the target of an action.

    “He was set upon by the agitated dogs”


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