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car·on

 (kâr′ŏn′)
n.
See haček.

[Origin unknown.]

caron

(ˈkærən)
n
an inverted circumflex
References in classic literature ?
Old Pierre Le Caron, who owned it, was a right good comrade, and had ever a seat and a crust for a weary archer.
"'Heads that fell?' why, think of the four sergeants of Rochelle, Ney, Berton, Caron, the brothers Faucher, and the massacres."
Mum Caron, 39, said: "The NHS convinced us for 14 weeks there wasn't a tumour and now they've told us she's got two months to live.
Caron Treatment Centers announced on Tuesday that it is now an in-network substance use disorder treatment provider in the Regional Preferred Network offered by AmeriHealth HMO Inc.
The TV legend's life was torn apart when her daughter Caron Keating died of cancer at just 41 in 2004.
After owning and operating Caron Gallery for more than seven years, Kimberly Caron has developed a strong understanding of business operations, managing employees and customer service.
Caron Cooper, 60, has been running the two-bedroom guesthouse on her farm for more than 30 years.
Caron Flitcroft, 57, had been due to become general manager of a school in Manchester but was rejected after her ex-employers wrongly said she had been sacked for 'gross negligence.'.
M2 EQUITYBITES-October 24, 2017-LyondellBasell elects Darleen Caron as EVP
The network has just hired Glenn Gordon Caron to be the showrunner and executive producer of the show if it is renewed for a second season.
RALLYING GAVIN EDWARDS and navigator Caron Tomlinson have been crowned the British Trial and Rally Drivers Association silver star champions 2016 in their first year as a team and competing in forest rallying.