- Henry,1751–1829, U.S. soldier and diplomat: Secretary of War 1801–09.
- a city in SE Michigan, near Detroit.
- Fort Dearborn.
Examples from the Web for dearborn
In 1985, the mayor of Dearborn distributed fliers about the growing “Arab problem.”These Candidates Are Courting the Muslim Vote
October 15, 2014
Jerry Lee, performing for a week at the Dearborn Hyatt, picked Shawn out from among the girls.The Strange and Mysterious Death of Mrs. Jerry Lee Lewis
Richard Ben Cramer
January 11, 2014
So, yes, founding a burger chain in Dearborn that pays people $15 an hour might seem crazy.No, a $15-Hour Fast Food Wage Isn’t Crazy
December 5, 2013
In Dearborn, Michigan, high school junior Geno Policicchio has made headlines for playing football and basketball with one arm.University of Florida Basketball Pick Born Without Half an Arm, Plays Great Ball
October 23, 2013
In Dearborn, Michigan, the ArabAmericanPAC dinner is a must-do event for candidates.We Already Are Politically "Normalized"
November 13, 2012
The given name of Emerson was Dearborn, and not "Danborn," which is a misprint.
Dearborn's account of the battle, Historical Magazine for 1864.The Siege of Boston
Mrs. Dearborn was at home, and very glad to see the Archibalds.The Associate Hermits
Frank R. Stockton
Dearborn, Henry, attempt of Foster to arrange armistice with, 308.James Madison</p>
Sydney Howard Gay
Charles Carson was killed by Piegans, near Dearborn river, in 1866.Then and Now
- a city in SE Michigan, near Detroit: automobile industry. Pop: 96 670 (2003 est)
Word Origin and History for dearborn
"light four-wheeled wagon," 1821, American English, supposedly from the name of the inventor, by tradition said to be Gen. Henry Dearborn (1751-1829).