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mar·ron

 (măr′ən, mă-rôN′)
[French; see maroon2.]

marron

(ˈmærən; French marɔ̃)
n
(Plants) a large edible sweet chestnut
[from French, of obscure origin]

marron

(ˈmærən)
n
(Animals) a large freshwater crayfish of Western Australia, Cherax tenuimanus
[from a native Australian language]

mar•ron

(məˈroʊn, mæˈrɔ̃)

n.
a large European chestnut.
[1970–75; < French; see maroon1]
References in classic literature ?
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