[muh-reng-goh; for 1 also Italian mah-reng-gaw] /məˈrɛŋ goʊ; for 1 also Italian mɑˈrɛŋ gɔ/
noun, plural Marengos for 2.
a village in Piedmont, in NW Italy: Napoleon defeated the Austrians 1800.
a former gold coin of Italy, issued by Napoleon after the battle of Marengo.
(often lowercase) (of food) browned in oil and cooked with tomatoes, garlic, wine, and often mushrooms and brandy:
(postpositive) browned in oil and cooked with tomatoes, mushrooms, garlic, wine, etc: chicken Marengo
/məˈrɛŋɡəʊ; Italian maˈreŋɡo/
a village in NW Italy: site of a major battle in which Napoleon decisively defeated the Austrians (1800)
of veal or chicken sauteed in olive oil and braised with olives, onions, tomatoes, white wine or brandy and often served with scrambled eggs; also written a la Marengo
named by Napoleon’s chef after Battle of Marengo
[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).
[mar-ee-uh-graf, -grahf] /ˈmær i əˌgræf, -ˌgrɑf/ noun, Oceanography. 1. .