Marion

[mar-ee-uhn, mair-]
noun
1.
Francis ("the Swamp Fox") 1732?–95, American Revolutionary general.
2.
a city in central Ohio.
3.
a city in central Indiana.
4.
a city in E Iowa.
5.
a city in S Illinois.
6.
a male or female given name.
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