See also: madison
Proper noun Edit
- An English surname originating as a matronymic; (US politics) used specifically of James Madison (1751–1836), a Founding Father and fourth president of the United States.
- 2011 October 28, Alonzo L. Hamby, “Would Jefferson Make the Cut?”, in The New York Times:
- Clearly quite a number of past chief executives would have been TV washouts. Jefferson, for example, is acknowledged to have been a terrible public speaker, Madison an unimpressive little man in voice and appearance.
- A locale in the United States; all named for James Madison unless otherwise indicated.
- The capital city of Wisconsin, United States, and the county seat of Dane County.
- A city in Alabama.
- A city in Arkansas.
- A census-designated place in Yolo County, California; named for Madison, Wisconsin.
- A town in Connecticut.
- A city, the county seat of Madison County, Florida.
- A city, the county seat of Morgan County, Georgia.
- A city in Illinois.
- A city, the county seat of Jefferson County, Indiana.
- A city in Kansas.
- A town in Maine.
- A city, the county seat of Lac qui Parle County, Minnesota; named for Madison, Wisconsin.
- A city in Mississippi.
- A city in Missouri.
- A city, the county seat of Madison County, Nebraska; named for its county, itself for James Madison.
- A town in New Hampshire.
- A borough in Morris County, New Jersey.
- A town in New York and a village within that town.
- A town in North Carolina.
- A village in Ohio; named for either James Madison or Madison, Connecticut.
- A borough in Pennsylvania.
- A city, the county seat of Lake County, South Dakota; named for Madison, Wisconsin.
- A town, the county seat of Madison County, Virginia; named for the landowning Madison family, of which James Madison is a descendant.
- A city, the county seat of Boone County, West Virginia.
- A town in Wisconsin, adjacent to the city of Madison (listed above).
- A number of townships in the United States, listed under Madison Township.
- A river in Wyoming and Montana, United States; named for James Madison.
- A male given name transferred from the surname.
- A female given name transferred from the surname, popular since 1984 when it appeared as the name of a mermaid in the film Splash.
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Derived terms Edit
Madison (plural Madisons)
- A particular line dance commonly danced to the Ike & Tina Turner song Nutbush City Limits.
- Alternative spelling of
- Rōmaji transcription of