There are 3 definitions of Madison in English:

Madison1

Syllabification: Mad·i·son
Pronunciation: /ˈmadəsən
 
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1A city in northern Alabama, southwest of Huntsville; population 38,714 (est. 2008).
2The capital of Wisconsin, situated in the central part of the state; population 231,916 (est. 2008).

Origin

named after President James Madison (see Madison, James).

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There are 3 definitions of Madison in English:

Madison2

Syllabification: Mad·i·son
Pronunciation: /
 
ˈmadəsən/

noun

An energetic group dance popular in the 1960s.
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  • Based on a six count chorus step, The Madison contains several dance sequences which make playful references to 1950s and 1960s Television shows (e.g. The Rifleman) sports stars (e.g. Wilt Chamberlain) and performers (e.g. Jackie Gleason)
  • There is something about the Madison, that grand-daddy of line dances, that has continually captured the cinematic fancy of great film directors.

Origin

of unknown origin.

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madison

Line breaks: madi|son
Pronunciation: /ˈmadɪs(ə)n/

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noun

A cycle relay race for teams of two or more riders, typically held over several days.

Origin

named after Madison Square Garden, New York, the site of the first such race in 1892.

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