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car·on

 (kâr′ŏn′)
n.
See haček.

[Origin unknown.]

caron

(ˈkærən)
n
an inverted circumflex
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why, think of the four sergeants of Rochelle, Ney, Berton, Caron, the brothers Faucher, and the massacres.
Old Pierre Le Caron, who owned it, was a right good comrade, and had ever a seat and a crust for a weary archer.
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