a large strongly-built sheepdog of a breed with a long, slightly wavy, white coat
[muh-reng-goh; for 1 also Italian mah-reng-gaw] /məˈrɛŋ goʊ; for 1 also Italian mɑˈrɛŋ gɔ/ noun, plural Marengos for 2. 1. a village in Piedmont, in NW Italy: Napoleon defeated the Austrians 1800. 2. a former gold coin of Italy, issued by Napoleon after the battle of Marengo. adjective 3. (often lowercase) (of food) browned in […]
[mah-re nohs-troo m; English mair-ee nos-truh m, mahr-ey] /ˈmɑ rɛ ˈnoʊs trʊm; English ˈmɛər i ˈnɒs trəm, ˈmɑr eɪ/ noun, Latin. 1. our sea, especially the Mediterranean to the ancient Romans. /ˈmɑːreɪ ˈnɒstrʊm/ noun 1. the Latin name for the Mediterranean
/Italian maˈrɛntsjo/ noun 1. Luca (ˈluːka). 1553–99, Italian composer of madrigals
[mahr-ey noo-bee-uh m, nyoo-, mair-ee] /ˈmɑr eɪ ˈnu bi əm, ˈnyu-, ˈmɛər i/ noun 1. (Sea of Clouds) a dark plain in the third quadrant of the face of the moon: about 95,000 sq. mi. (245,000 sq. km).