[muh-ree an-twuh-net, an-tuh-; French ma-ree ahn-twa-net] /məˈri ˌæn twəˈnɛt, ˌæn tə-; French maˈri ɑ̃ twaˈnɛt/
(Joséphe Jeanne Marie Antoinette) 1755–93, queen of France 1774–93: wife of Louis XVI; executed in the French Revolution (daughter of Maria Theresa; sister of Joseph II, Leopold II).
[an-twuh-net, -tuh-; French ahn-twa-net] /ˌæn twəˈnɛt, -tə-; French ɑ̃ twaˈnɛt/
[muh-ree;; French ma-ree] /məˈri;; French maˈri/ (Show IPA), 1755–93, queen of France 1774–93: wife of Louis XVI.
a female given name: derived from Antoine.
[muh-ree burd] /məˈri ˈbɜrd/ noun 1. former name of . /ˈmɑːrɪ ˈbɜːd/ noun 1. the former name of Byrd Land
- Marie curie
[kyoo r-ee, kyoo-ree; French ky-ree] /ˈkyʊər i, kyʊˈri; French küˈri/ noun 1. Irène [French ee-ren] /French iˈrɛn/ (Show IPA), . 2. Marie [muh-ree;; French ma-ree] /məˈri;; French maˈri/ (Show IPA), 1867–1934, Polish physicist and chemist in France: codiscoverer of radium 1898; Nobel Prize in Physics 1903, for chemistry 1911. 3. her husband, Pierre [pee-air;; French […]
- Marie de France
[ma-ree duh frahns] /maˈri də ˈfrɑ̃s/ noun 1. flourished 12th century, French poet in England. /French mari də frɑ̃s/ noun 1. 12th century ad, French poet, who probably lived in England; noted for her lais (verse narratives) based on Celtic tales
- Marie de medicis
[ma-ree duh mey-dee-sees] /maˈri də meɪ diˈsis/ noun 1. 1573–1642, queen of Henry IV of France: regent 1610–17.