a city in S Turkey, NE of Adana.
[mahr-uh] /ˈmɑr ə/
Hindu Mythology. the god of death, sometimes seen as one aspect of a god whose other aspect is Kama, or erotic desire.
Buddhism. Satan, who tried to seduce the Buddha at the time of his Enlightenment.
[kahr-uh-muh n-muh-rahsh; Turkish kah-rah-main-mairahsh] /ˌkɑr ə mən məˈrɑʃ; Turkish ˌkɑ rɑ mɛənˈmɛərɑʃ/
a city in S Turkey, near the Taurus mountain range.
a burrowing, gray, long-eared and long-legged cavy of the genus Dolichotis, native to South America.
a harelike South American rodent, Dolichotis patagonum, inhabiting the pampas of Argentina: family Caviidae (cavies)
one of several organized criminal gangs of Central American origin also operating in the US
a town in S Turkey: noted formerly for the manufacture of weapons but now for carpets and embroidery. Pop: 366 000 (2005 est)
bitter; sad, a symbolical name which Naomi gave to herself because of her misfortunes (Ruth 1:20).
[muh-ras-kuh] /məˈræs kə/ noun 1. a wild cherry, Prunus cerasus marasca, yielding a small, bitter fruit, from which is made. /məˈræskə/ noun 1. a European cherry tree, Prunus cerasus marasca, with red acid-tasting fruit from which maraschino is made
[mar-uh-skee-noh, -shee-] /ˌmær əˈski noʊ, -ˈʃi-/ noun 1. a sweet cordial or liqueur distilled from . /ˌmærəˈskiːnəʊ; -ˈʃiːnəʊ/ noun 1. a liqueur made from marasca cherries and flavoured with the kernels, having a taste like bitter almonds n. 1791, “cherry liqueur,” from Italian maraschino “strong, sweet liqueur made from juice of the marasca” (a bitter […]
noun 1. a cherry cooked in colored syrup and flavored with maraschino, used to garnish desserts, cocktails, etc. noun 1. a cherry preserved in maraschino or an imitation of this liqueur, used as a garnish
[muh-raz-muh s] /məˈræz məs/ noun, Pathology. 1. malnutrition occurring in infants and young children, caused by insufficient intake of calories or protein and characterized by thinness, dry skin, poor muscle development, and irritability. /məˈræzməs/ noun 1. (pathol) general emaciation and wasting, esp of infants, thought to be associated with severe malnutrition or impaired utilization of […]