Auburn

Auburn is a reddish-brown color. The term may also refer to: ==In geographical locations== ===Australia=== ===British Isles=== ===Canada=== ===United States=== ==In military== ==In people== ==In prisons== ==Other uses== ...
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auburn

[adj] - (of hair) `auburn hair`
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Auburn

• (a.) Reddish brown. • (a.) Flaxen-colored.
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auburn

adjective (of hair) colored a moderate reddish-brown; `auburn hair`
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Auburn

[Amtrak station] Of the 74 California stations served by Amtrak, Auburn was the 45th-busiest in FY2012, boarding or detraining an average of about 78 passengers daily. ==Platforms and tracks== ...
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Auburn

[Bowling Green, Virginia] Auburn is a historic home located at Bowling Green, Caroline County, Virginia. It was built about 1843, and is a two-story, three bay wide, frame dwelling in the Greek Revival style. It sits on a brick English basement. It has a two-story rear ell added in the late-19th century and a sunroom added about 1930. Also ...
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Auburn

[Brandy Station, Virginia] Auburn, also known as Auburn Farm, is a historic home and farm located near Brandy Station, Culpeper County, Virginia. It was built about 1855-1856, and is a three-story, three bay by three bay frame dwelling, built in the Greek Revival style. It features a two-story portico with a heavy entablature including trig...
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Auburn

[Natchez, Mississippi] Auburn is an Antebellum Greek Revival mansion in Duncan Park in Natchez, Mississippi. It was designed and constructed by Levi Weeks in 1812, the first planned building in the town. It was declared a National Historic Landmark in 1974 and a Mississippi Landmark in 1984. ==History== In 1811, Lyman Harding, the first Att...
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Auburn

[Sounder station] The Auburn Station is a Sounder commuter rail station serving the city of Auburn, Washington. It was built by Sound Transit on BNSF Railway tracks in Auburn and completed in 2000. In 2003, the parking garage was completed, making the total available parking spaces to 676. The station is also served by ST Express and Metro ...
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Auburn

Au'burn adjective [ Middle English auburne blonde, Old French alborne , auborne , from Late Latin alburnus whitish, from Latin albus white. Confer Alburn .] 1. Flaxen- colored. [ Obsolete] Florio. 2. Reddish brown. « His a...
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Auburn

Auburn (ô'burn) . 1. City (1990 pop. 33,830), Lee co., E Ala.; inc. 1839. The city's economy centers around Auburn Univ.; there is some manufacturing. 2. City (1990 pop. 24,309), seat of Androscoggin co., SW Maine, on the Androscoggin River (crossed by several bridges) opposite Lewiston; s...
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auburn

auburn 1. Dark coppery red or reddish brown. 2. Etymology: from Old French auborne, from Middle Latin alburnus, 'off-white, whitish'; from Latin albus, 'white'. It came into English meaning 'yellowish-white, flaxen', but shifted in the 16th century to 'reddish-brown' under the influence of Middle English brun, 'brown', which also changed the spell...
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Auburn

Auburn is a Latin name for boys and girls. The meaning is `white hill, from Alba (Scotland)` The name Auburn is -as far as we know- only given to American girls. What do they use in other countries? Alba Albany Alvie The name sounds like: Aubriana, Abarrane, Abriana, Aubrianne,, Auberon, Abran, Auberron Similar names are: Aubury, Aubry, Aubri, Aubr...
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Auburn

city, King county, western Washington, U.S., in the White River valley, 10 miles (16 km) northeast of Tacoma. It was laid out in 1887 by Levi W. ...
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Auburn

city, Lee county, eastern Alabama, U.S., adjacent to Opelika, about 60 miles (100 km) northeast of Montgomery. Founded in 1836 by John Harper and ...
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Auburn

city, seat (1805) of Cayuga county, west-central New York, U.S. It lies at the north end of Owasco Lake, in the Finger Lakes region, 22 miles (35 km) ...
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Auburn

city, seat (1854) of Androscoggin county, southwestern Maine, U.S., on the Androscoggin River opposite Lewiston and part of the Lewiston-Auburn ... [1 related articles]
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