[mahr-greyv] /ˈmɑr greɪv/
(formerly) the hereditary title of the rulers of certain European states.
History/Historical. a hereditary German title, equivalent to marquis.
(originally) a military governor of a German mark, or border province.
a German nobleman ranking above a count. Margraves were originally counts appointed to govern frontier provinces, but all had become princes of the Holy Roman Empire by the 12th century
military governor of a German border province, 1550s, from Middle Dutch markgrave (Dutch markgraaf), literally “count of the border,” from Old High German marcgravo; second element from graf “count, earl” (Old High German gravo, gravjo), from West Germanic *grafa “a designation of rank, possibly borrowed from Greek grapheus “scribe.” For first element see mark (n.1). Later a hereditary title under the Holy Roman Empire. His wife was a margravine.
[mahr-gruh-veen] /ˈmɑr grəˌvin/ noun 1. the wife of a margrave. /ˈmɑːɡrəˌviːn/ noun 1. the wife or widow of a margrave 2. a woman who holds the rank of margrave
- Margrethe II
[mahr-grey-tuh] /mɑrˈgreɪ tə/ noun 1. born 1940, queen of Denmark since 1972. /Danish marˈɡreːdə/ noun 1. born 1940, queen of Denmark from 1972
[mahr-guh-reet] /ˌmɑr gəˈrit/ noun 1. Also called Paris daisy. the European daisy, Bellis perennis. 2. any of several daisylike flowers, especially Chrysanthemum frutescens, cultivated for its numerous white-rayed, yellow-centered flowers. [mahr-guh-reet; French mar-guh-reet] /ˌmɑr gəˈrit; French mar gəˈrit/ noun 1. a female given name, French form of . /ˌmɑːɡəˈriːt/ noun 1. a cultivated garden plant, […]
/ˈmɑːɡəlɪs/ noun 1. Donald. born 1955, US playwright; plays include The Loman Family Picnic (1989) and the Pulitzer Prize-winning Dinner with Friends (1999)