Macon

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Ma·con

 (mā′kən)
A city of central Georgia southeast of Atlanta. Settled in the early 1820s, it is a processing, industrial, and educational center in an extensive farm area.

Mâ·con

 (mä-kōN′)
A city of east-central France on the Saône River north of Lyon. A Huguenot stronghold in the 1500s, it is noted for its fine Burgundy wines.

Mâcon

(French mɑkɔ̃)
n
1. (Placename) a city in E central France, in the Saône valley: a centre of the wine-producing region of lower Burgundy. Pop: 35 393 (2006)
2. (Brewing) a red or white wine from the Mâcon area, heavier than the other burgundies

Ma•con

(ˈmeɪ kən)

n.
a city in central Georgia. 113,352.

Mâ•con

(mɑˈkɔ̃)

n.
a city in E central France. 38,404.
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Noun1.Mâcon - a city in central Georgia to the southeast of AtlantaMacon - a city in central Georgia to the southeast of Atlanta
Empire State of the South, Georgia, Peach State, GA - a state in southeastern United States; one of the Confederate states during the American Civil War
2.Mâcon - fine Burgundy wine usually white and drymacon - fine Burgundy wine usually white and dry
vino, wine - fermented juice (of grapes especially)