madison

madison

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Alternative forms

  • Madison

Etymology

The cycling race is named after the original Madison Square Garden in New York, where the first such events were held. The dance is reportedly named after Madison Avenue, also in New York.

Noun

madison (plural madisons)

  1. (cycling) A track cycling relay race in which team members take turns while racing round the track for the largest number of laps, and exchange places with a team mate by means of a touch, which may be a push or a hand-sling.
  2. A form of line dance.

Anagrams

  • daimons, domains, dominas

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