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Definition of the noun Marron

What does Marron mean as a name of something?

noun - plural: marrons

  1. See chestnut.
  2. A type of freshwater crayfish from Western Australia.


  1. Marron is an actor.
  2. Marron a.k.a. Jorge Marrón Martín is an actor, screenwriter and stunt performer.

There are other people with in their name, like Eddy Marron, Ross Marron, Kevin Marron, Marlo Marron, Carmen Marron, Donald Marron, Tracey Marron, Alfredo Marron and many others.

Phrases with Marron

  1. Marron Glacé
  2. Anolis Marron
  3. Species Anolis Marron

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Google previewThe National Electrical Contractor (1913)

Marron is a member of the Executive Committee of the National Electrical ...

Google previewChronicle of the Seven Sorrows (2003)

by Patrick Chamoiseau

The French marron is an abbreviation from the Spanish cimarron, meaning wild and unruly, from cima [mountaintop]. A maroon was originally a fugitive black slave living on a West Indian island or in Dutch Guiana; the term is now used for the ...

Google previewThe Computer Utility: Implications for Higher Education (1970)

by Michael A. Duggan, Edward F. McCartan, Manley Rutherford Irwin

Marron is a member of the American Society of Information Sciences, Special Libraries Association, and the American Association for the Advancement of Science. Ronald F. Miller Ronald Miller is Coordinator of Library Systems for Five ...

Google previewMethods for Sustainability Research (2017)

by Janette Hartz-Karp, Dora Marinova

The Hairy Marron is a valuable flagship species because of its cultural 'charisma' as well as its biological significance. For example a new café called The Hairy Marron has now opened beside the Margaret River. Socially, the community ...

Google previewThis Calls for a Drink! (2016)

The Best Wines and Beers to Pair with Every Situation by Diane McMartin

Dogfish Head Palo Santo Marron is a delicious American brown ale aged in wood to give it warm, vanilla flavors. It even has an espresso-colored head and rich coffee notes. But it's a different kind of buzz: This one, like many American takes ...

Google previewViaggio in Toscana. Alla scoperta dei prodotti tipici. Ediz. inglese (2001)

The marron is a genuine link to a mountain world always attentive to the solidity of things. This is why a university professor such as Bellini can speak and write of it so lovingly. This is why steam- engine trains still carry people up to Marradi on ...

Google previewRoadside Nature Tours through the Okanagan (2009)

A Guide to British Columbia’s Wine Country by Richard Cannings

Marron is a French word meaning “a tame animal that has gone wild”; this river's name refers to the wild horses common in the area. At the highway junction you can turn north to Penticton or south to Okanagan Falls and Oliver.

Google previewReview of Reviews and World's Work (1914)

by Albert Shaw

The marron is a starchy fruit par excellence (15-16%).

Google previewThe American Review of Reviews (1914)

by Albert Shaw

The marron is a starchy fruit par excellence (15-16%).

Google previewAn Etymological Dictionary of the Romance Languages

by F. Diez

Marra — marron. Marraine Fr. godmother; Pr. mairina, It. Sp. madrina; Fr. is for murrine, bein assimilated to parrain. Marrana Sp. (Itâ cursed; espec. of baptized but suspected Jews. From marrar to deviate ...

Google previewTwo Thousand Words and Their Definitions, Not in Webster's Dictionary (1888)

by Anna Randall Diehl

Marron, A chestnut color. Marron glacis, Candied chestnuts. . •• "The 'marron glaces' season in France lasts P ,T from All Saints' ...

Google previewPhytochemical Dictionary of the Leguminosae (1994)

by Frank Bisby

Pois France Marron, see Crotalaria retusa L. Pois France, see ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Library and Information Science: Volume 7 - Derunov: Konstantin Nikolaevitch (1972)

Dobrzhinksy: Yevgeniy Narkisovitch to Egypt: Libraries in by Allen Kent, Harold Lancour

Marron, Harvey, "ERIC...


Google previewThe Bankers Encyclopedia (1921)

Marron Nellhart.. ---See Great Falls.

Google previewMerriam-Webster's Rhyming Dictionary (2002)

by Merriam-Webster, Inc

frisson, Gabon, garçon, lorgnon, Lyons, maçon, marron, Marron, mouflon, soupçon, Toulon, Villon Aubusson, bourguignon, feuilleton, Ganelon, gueridon, limaçon, papillon filet mignon Saint Emilion on3 \ón\ awn, Bonn, bonne, brawn, dawn, ...

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Poached Western Australian marron, white tea and seaweed jelly, cucumber, jellyfish, fennel, samphire, landcress, lime creme fraiche

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Marron Meaning

Video shows what marron means. A sweet chestnut.. marron synonyms: hairy marron, Margaret River marron. Marron Meaning. How to pronounce, definition ...

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Scrabble value of M3A1R1R1O1N1

The value of this 6-letter word is 8 points. It is included in the first and second editions of the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.

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