[Sephardic Hebrew mah-rawr; Ashkenazic Hebrew maw-rohr] /Sephardic Hebrew mɑˈrɔr; Ashkenazic Hebrew ˈmɔ roʊr/
a portion of horseradish or other bitter herb that is eaten at the Seder meal on Passover.
[muh-rawsh] /ˈmʌ rɔʃ/ noun 1. Hungarian name of . /ˈmɔroʃ/ noun 1. the Hungarian name for the Mureş
- Maroteaux-lamy syndrome
Maroteaux-Lamy syndrome Ma·ro·teaux-La·my syndrome (mār’ə-tō’lä-mē’, mä-rô-) n. An inherited defect in mucopolysaccharide metabolism characterized by excretion of dermatan sulfate in the urine, retarded growth, lumbar kyphosis, sternal protrusion, knock-knee, and usually enlargement of the liver and spleen. Also called type VI mucopolysaccharidosis.
bitterness; i.e., “perfect grief”, a place not far from Jerusalem; mentioned in connection with the invasion of the Assyrian army (Micah 1:12).
[mahr-uh-flahzh, mahr-uh-flahzh] /ˈmɑr əˌflɑʒ, ˌmɑr əˈflɑʒ/ noun 1. a method of attaching a canvas to a wall through adhesion, accomplished by coating the surface with white lead mixed with oil. 2. a cloth backing for openwork, as on a piece of furniture.