[mahr-tn-et, mahr-tn-et] /ˌmɑr tnˈɛt, ˈmɑr tnˌɛt/
a strict disciplinarian, especially a military one.
someone who stubbornly adheres to methods or rules.
a person who maintains strict discipline, esp in a military force
1670s, “system of strict discipline,” from the name of Jean Martinet (killed at siege of Duisburg, 1672), lieutenant colonel in the Régiment du Roi, who in 1668 was appointed inspector general of the infantry. “It was his responsibility to introduce and enforce the drill and strict discipline of the French regiment of Guards across the whole infantry.” [Olaf van Minwegen, “The Dutch Army and the Military Revolutions 1588-1688,” 2006] The meaning “an officer who is a stickler for strict discipline” is first attested 1779 in English. The surname is a diminutive of Latin Martinus (see Martin).
[mahr-tee-nis] /mɑrˈti nɪs/ noun 1. a town in W California.
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[mahr-tee-neth roo-eeth] /mɑrˈti nɛθ ruˈiθ/ noun 1. José [haw-se] /hɔˈsɛ/ (Show IPA), .
[mahr-tn-geyl] /ˈmɑr tnˌgeɪl/ noun 1. Also called standing martingale. part of the tack or harness of a horse, consisting of a strap that fastens to the girth, passes between the forelegs and through a loop in the neckstrap or hame, and fastens to the noseband: used to steady or hold down the horse’s head. 2. […]
[mahr-tee-nee] /mɑrˈti ni/ noun, plural martinis. 1. a cocktail made with gin or vodka and dry vermouth, usually served with a green olive or a twist of lemon peel. [mahr-tee-nee; Italian mahr-tee-nee] /mɑrˈti ni; Italian mɑrˈti ni/ noun 1. Simone [see-maw-ne] /siˈmɔ nɛ/ (Show IPA), 1283–1344, Italian painter. /mɑːˈtiːnɪ/ noun (pl) -nis 1. trademark an […]