[zhahn-pawl] /ʒɑ̃ pɔl/ (Show IPA), 1743–93, French politician and journalist: leader in the French Revolution; assassinated by Charlotte Corday d’Armont.
Jean Paul (ʒɑ̃ pɔl). 1743–93, French revolutionary leader and journalist. He founded the radical newspaper L’Ami du peuple and was elected to the National Convention (1792). He was instrumental in overthrowing the Girondists (1793); he was stabbed to death in his bath by Charlotte Corday
[muh-rah-tuh] /məˈrɑ tə/ noun 1. a member of a Hindu people inhabiting central and western India. /məˈrɑːtə/ noun 1. a member of a people of India living chiefly in Maharashtra state in southwestern India, also in reference to the Scytho-Dravidian race living there, 1763 (Mharatta), from Marathi Maratha, corresponding to Sanskrit Maharastrah, literally “great country,” […]
noun 1. a loose league of states in central and western India, c1750–1818.
[muh-rah-tee, -rat-ee] /məˈrɑ ti, -ˈræt i/ noun 1. an Indic language of western and central India: the principal language of the state of Maharashtra. /məˈrɑːtɪ/ adjective 1. of or relating to Maharashtra state in India, its people, or their language noun 2. the state language of Maharashtra, belonging to the Indic branch of the Indo-European […]
[mar-uh-thon, -thuh n] /ˈmær əˌθɒn, -θən/ noun 1. a foot race over a course measuring 26 mi. 385 yards (42 km 195 meters). 2. any long-distance race. 3. any contest, event, or the like, of great, or greater than normal, length or duration or requiring exceptional endurance: a dance marathon; a sales marathon. [mar-uh-thon] /ˈmær […]