[ mah-awn ]
/ mɑˈɔn /
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a seaport on E Minorca, in the Balearic Islands.
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How to use Mahón in a sentence
We next went into the question of digging a defensive line of trenches half-way between Corps Headquarters and Mahon's force.
Still, I would harden my heart to it now—to-night—were not my hands tied by Mahon's seniority.
But Mahon is a fighter and if I give him time to think over things a bit at Mudros, he'll be sure to think better.
"The Happy Family" someone called Mahon's force, and there was certainly never a more united company.The Relief of Mafeking|Filson Young
Signed and sealed at Mahon, the 14th day of June one thousand eight hundred and two.