French name of .
the French name for Morocco
[mar-uh-keyn, mar-uh-keyn] /ˈmær əˌkeɪn, ˌmær əˈkeɪn/ noun 1. a crepe fabric made of silk, wool, or rayon, or a combination of these fibers, and distinguished by a strong rib effect, used in the manufacture of dresses and women’s suits; a heavy Canton crepe. /ˈmærəˌkeɪn/ noun 1. a fabric of ribbed crepe 2. a garment made […]
[muh-roh-nee] /məˈroʊ ni/ noun 1. a river in N South America, forming the border between French Guiana and Suriname, flowing N to the Atlantic Ocean: upper course called the Itany. 450 miles (724 km) long.
[mar-uh-nahyt] /ˈmær əˌnaɪt/ noun 1. a member of a body of Uniates living chiefly in Lebanon, who maintain a Syriac liturgy and a married clergy, and who are governed by the patriarch of Antioch. /ˈmærəˌnaɪt/ noun 1. (Christianity) a member of a body of Uniats of Syrian origin, now living chiefly in Lebanon 1510s, from […]
[muh-roon] /məˈrun/ adjective 1. dark brownish-red. 2. Chiefly British. [muh-roon] /məˈrun/ verb (used with object) 1. to put ashore and abandon on a desolate island or coast by way of punishment or the like, as was done by buccaneers. 2. to place in an isolated and often dangerous position: The rising floodwaters marooned us on […]