[mah-kee, ma-; French ma-kee] /mɑˈki, mæ-; French maˈki/
noun, plural maquis
[mah-keez, ma-; French ma-kee] /mɑˈkiz, mæ-; French maˈki/ (Show IPA)
the French underground movement, or Resistance, that combatted the Nazis in World War II.
Also called maquisard. a member of this movement.
[mah-kee] /ˈmɑ ki/
an evergreen shrub, Aristotelia chilensis, of Chile, having toothed, oblong leaves, greenish-white flowers, and purple berries, grown as an ornamental in S California.
noun (pl) -quis (-ˈkiː)
shrubby mostly evergreen vegetation found in coastal regions of the Mediterranean: includes myrtles, heaths, arbutus, cork oak, and ilex
1858, from French maquis “undergrowth, shrub,” especially in reference to the dense scrub of certain Mediterranean coastal regions, long the haunts of outlaws and fugitives, from Corsican Italian macchia “spot,” from Latin macula “spot, stain;” the landscapes so called from their mottled appearance. Used figuratively of French resistance in World War II (1943). A member is a maquisard.
[mak-ee-zahrd; French ma-kee-zar] /ˌmæk iˈzɑrd; French ma kiˈzar/ noun, plural maquisards [mak-ee-zahrdz; French ma-kee-zar] /ˌmæk iˈzɑrdz; French ma kiˈzar/ (Show IPA) 1. (def 2).
[mahr] /mɑr/ verb (used with object), marred, marring. 1. to damage or spoil to a certain extent; render less perfect, attractive, useful, etc.; impair or spoil: That billboard mars the view. The holiday was marred by bad weather. 2. to disfigure, deface, or scar: The scratch marred the table. 1. . 1. . 2. . […]
1. Master of Arts in Religion.
[mahr-uh] /ˈmɑr ə/ noun 1. Hindu Mythology. the god of death, sometimes seen as one aspect of a god whose other aspect is Kama, or erotic desire. 2. Buddhism. Satan, who tried to seduce the Buddha at the time of his Enlightenment. noun 1. a burrowing, gray, long-eared and long-legged cavy of the genus Dolichotis, […]