Italian pronunciation (southern dialect/Neapolitan) of the word "Madonna", literally referring to the Virgin Mary (the mother of Christ). Equivalent would be "Holy Smokes".. A phrase to represent surprise, amazement, or down right shock. Could be used in many contexts.
"oh Marone a mi, who let one go?"
"Marone, this guy complains more than Woody Allen..."
"Marone, you yap worse than 6 barbers."

In the Sopranos episode when Paulie visited Tony in the hospital while in a comma. Paulie in shock proclaims "uff Marone, he looks terrible!"
by Dizzle77 February 14, 2008
what you call a momma's boy. someone who talks trash without ever proving they can back it up. "poser"
by HOOCH94 May 12, 2008
Basically a word that means anything you want it to. Usually used to describe Cara for her general random/weirdness! Fits into alomost every sentence.
Plural - marones
Verb - to marone
Adj - maroney

* omg what a marone!
* ooo i'd marone her
* marone?
* Cara = marone

by Claire February 26, 2006
Nightmare or a demon legend a demon who murders or takes the soul of a female in their dreams
"in parnormal entity the girl was murdered by maron."
by Ghostly boy in a million November 20, 2011
Maronization comes from a broad Czech word, Maronizace. Its definitions are oblique, but are most often found correlating to "Maron Pero" as a means of equiping, using or distributing "Maron" or "Pero".
Its origins are dating circa late 1920s, when someone from Bearv Engineering Group jokingly named their product Maron Pero using the means of maronization. This leaves tracks to modern day with some products still being created under maronization or even called Maron or Pero.
Our group has called for server-wide maronization.
The company policy strictly prohibits maronizating their products by Maronees.
by Elusive Roxx Alt November 16, 2020
To sit at home like a shut in while becoming increasingly more and more paranoid that everyone is out someplace talking about you or plotting your demise. Literally drive yourself crazy with self induced delusional worry.

*probably while obtaining an ellipsis tattoo.*
Hey did you invite so-and-so to come with us?

Yeah but she would rather stay home and maronate all night.
by Sssss_mmmmmmmm February 19, 2014
Last name derived from the Lebanese saint, Saint Maroun. Lebanese migrants to Mexico who held the surname Absi, took on the surname Maron as it was easier for those who spoke Spanish to pronounce.
1. Wow, did you hear about Pedro Maron? He got married!