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- proper n. A fox hunt (established 1696) in Leicestershire; the Quorn hunt is one of the world's oldest fox-hunting packs, and claims to be the United Kingdom's most famous hunt.
- proper n. A village (formerly Quorndon) in Leicestershire, England, UK.
- proper n. A town in South Australia.
- proper n. A mycoprotein-based food product used as a substitute for meat.
After the name of the village in Leicestershire. (Wiktionary)