[French ma-ree ga-lahnt] /French ma ri gaˈlɑ̃t/
an island in the E West Indies: a dependency of Guadeloupe. 58 sq. mi. (150 sq. km).
/French mari ɡalɑ̃t/
an island in the E Caribbean southeast of Guadeloupe, of which it is a dependency. Chief town: Grand Bourg. Pop: 12 488 (1999). Area: 155 sq km (60 sq miles)
[mah-ree-uh-hah-muh n] /mɑˈri əˈhɑ mən/ noun 1. a seaport on S Åland Island, in the Baltic. /mariəˈhamn/ noun 1. a city in SW Finland, chief port of the Åland Islands. Pop: 10 693 (2004 est) Finnish name Maarianhamina
[Spanish mah-ryel] /Spanish mɑˈryɛl/ noun 1. a city and seaport of Cuba, on the W coast, SW of Havana.
[mahr-ee-uh-lee-toh; Spanish mah-rye-lee-taw] /ˌmɑr i əˈli toʊ; Spanish ˌmɑ ryɛˈli tɔ/ noun, plural Marielitos [mahr-ee-uh-lee-tohz; Spanish mah-rye-lee-taws] /ˌmɑr i əˈli toʊz; Spanish ˌmɑ ryɛˈli tɔs/ (Show IPA) 1. a refugee from Cuba who came to the U.S. in 1980 as part of a mass migration that sailed from Mariel, Cuba.
- Marie Louise
[muh-ree loo-eez; French ma-ree lweez] /məˈri luˈiz; French maˈri ˈlwiz/ noun 1. 1791–1847, 2nd wife of Napoleon I: empress of France; duchess of Parma 1816–31 (daughter of Francis II of Austria; mother of Napoleon II). /French mari lwiz/ noun 1. 1791–1847, empress of France (1811–15) as the second wife of Napoleon I; daughter of Francis […]