[mar-ish] /ˈmær ɪʃ/ Archaic.
(obsolete) marshy; swampy
“a marsh,” early 14c., mares, from Old French marois “marshland, bog” (12c., Modern French marais), from Frankish *marisk or some other Germanic source akin to marsh.
[mar-i-sol] /ˈmær ɪˌsɒl/ noun 1. (Marisol Escobar) born 1930, Venezuelan artist, in U.S. since 1950.
/ˈmærɪtɪdʒ/ noun (feudal history) 1. the right of a lord to choose the spouses of his wards 2. a sum paid to a lord in lieu of his exercising this right
[mair-ist, mar-] /ˈmɛər ɪst, ˈmær-/ noun, Roman Catholic Church. 1. a member of a religious order founded in Lyons, France, in 1816 for missionary and educational work in the name of the Virgin Mary. /ˈmɛərɪst/ noun 1. a member of the Society of Mary, a religious congregation founded in 1824 2. (NZ) a teacher or […]
[ma-ree-tan] /ma riˈtɛ̃/ noun 1. Jacques [zhahk] /ʒɑk/ (Show IPA), 1882–1973, French philosopher and diplomat. /French maritɛ̃/ noun 1. Jacques (ʒak). 1882–1973, French neo-Thomist Roman Catholic philosopher