Pronunciation: (wôr'un, wor'-),[key] —n. 1. a place where rabbits breed or abound.
2. a building or area containing many tenants in limited or crowded quarters.
Pronunciation: (wôr'un, wor'-),[key] —n. 1. Earl, 1891–1974, U.S. lawyer and political leader: Chief Justice of the U.S. 1953–69.
2. Joseph, 1741–75, American physician, statesman, and patriot.
3. Mercy Otis, 1728–1814, U.S. historian and poet (sister of James Otis).
4. Robert Penn, born 1905, U.S. novelist and poet: named the first U.S. poet laureate (1986–87).
5. a city in SE Michigan, near Detroit. 161,134.
6. a city in NE Ohio, NW of Youngstown. 56,629.
7. a city in NW Pennsylvania. 12,146.
8. a town in E Rhode Island. 10,640.
9. a male given name: from a Germanic word meaning “protection.”