[mahr-guh-reet] /ˌmɑr gəˈrit/
Also called Paris daisy. the European daisy, Bellis perennis.
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/
a female given name, French form of .
a cultivated garden plant, Chrysanthemum frutescens, whose flower heads have white or pale yellow rays around a yellow disc: family Asteraceae (composites)
any of various related plants with daisy-like flowers, esp C. leucanthemum
“oxeye daisy,” 1866, from French marguerite (see Margaret). “According to French etymologists, this use of F. marguerite is not from the personal name, but comes directly from the sense ‘pearl.’ ” [OED] In Middle English, margaret “a daisy” is attested from early 15c.
/ˈmɑːɡəlɪs/ noun 1. Donald. born 1955, US playwright; plays include The Loman Family Picnic (1989) and the Pulitzer Prize-winning Dinner with Friends (1999)
[mahr-hawk] /ˈmɑrˌhɔk/ noun, Falconry. 1. a falconer who trains or handles the birds badly.
[Sephardic Hebrew mahr-khesh-vahn; Ashkenazic Hebrew mahr-khesh-vahn; English mahr-hesh-vuh n] /Sephardic Hebrew mɑr xɛʃˈvɑn; Ashkenazic Hebrew mɑrˈxɛʃ vɑn; English mɑrˈhɛʃ vən/ noun 1. . /marxɛʃˈvan/ noun 1. another word for Cheshvan
[mah-ree] /ˈmɑ ri/ noun, plural Maris (especially collectively) Mari for 1. 1. a member of a Uralic people living in scattered communities north of Cheboksary and Kazan in European Russia, mainly in the Mari Autonomous Soviet Socialist Republic. 2. the Finnic language of the Mari. /ˈmɑːrɪ/ noun (pl) Mari, Maris 1. another name for Cheremiss […]