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1.
A term of derision often uttered by Bugs Bunny when referring to an interaction with a dopey adversary. It is a mispronunciation of the word "Moron"
"What a Maroon!" "Will ya get a load of this maroon"
by Tannasg July 30, 2004
 
2.
1. A color between red and brown
2. A stupid person; a fool
1. She's wearing maroon pants
2. "What a maroon." -- Bugs Bunny
by Gary Destruction June 10, 2003
 
3.
A malapropism and favorite expression of Bugs Bunny, after outwitting Elmer Fudd. Usually uttered by Bugs this while walking away and wiping his hands in satisfaction. The joke of course is that Bugs mispronounces "moron."
Bugs: "What a maroon."
by justbrowzing March 30, 2006
 
4.
A term used for runaway African slaves in the West Indies now known as the Caribbean.
At one time the teams at Missisippi State University were called the Maroons. Now they are now known as the Bulldogs.
by bigg3469 March 19, 2009
 
5.
Term made famous by Bugs Bunny meaning a pushover, or one easily fooled.

A dope, fool, idiot, or nincompoop.

Unbelievably stupid person.

Might have been derived from moron: adding an extra letter "o" to moron meaning double-moron, thus a maroon.

Usually preceded by the words "what a"...
He thought he was eating chocolate ice cream but it was
vanilla with chocolate syrup--what a maroon!

He thought that wax fruit was real--what a maroon!

He fell in love with a stripper again--what a maroon!
by thedzone September 22, 2009
 
6.
A fuckwit, elmore or jackweed. Doesn't rise to the level of moron because that is spelled correctly.
The maroons who ran Enron really elmored the company up.
by Prim n Proper September 26, 2007
 
7.
A cocky rugby league fan who supports Queensland in the state of Origin. Thinks they have the right to be smug (which the probably do) because they won 5 origins straight. Not to be confused with a wanker who has lived in New South Wales his whole life, and supports Queensland.
First Person: GO THE BLUES!
Second Person: Na no way mate, this is year of the mighty MAROONS
by nsWsupporter June 18, 2011