See also: Oberón

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Earlier Auberon, from Old French Alberon, partial loan translation from Middle High German Alberich, literally ‘elf king, fairy king’, from alp + -rich << Proto-Germanic *rīks.

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Oberon

  1. A fictional character in medieval and Renaissance literature, the king of the fairies, appearing for example in William Shakespeare's play A Midsummer Night's Dream.
  2. (astronomy, moons) The outermost major moon of Uranus.
  3. A town in New South Wales, Australia.
  4. A city and town in North Dakota.
  5. (computing, operating systems) A general purpose programming language and operating system descended from Modula-2, developed in the late 1980s.

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Oberon

  1. (astronomy) Oberon
  2. Oberon (a city in North Dakota).