[mair-ee-beth, mair-ee-beth] /ˌmɛər iˈbɛθ, ˈmɛər iˌbɛθ/
a female given name.
[mair-ee-bur-oh, -buhr-oh, -ber-e, -bruh] /ˈmɛər iˈbɜr oʊ, -ˈbʌr oʊ, -bər ɛ, -brə/ noun 1. a seaport in E Australia.
- Mary chase
[cheys] /tʃeɪs/ noun 1. Mary Ellen, 1887–1973, U.S. educator, novelist, and essayist. 2. Salmon Portland [sal-muh n] /ˈsæl mən/ (Show IPA), 1808–73, U.S. jurist and statesman: secretary of the treasury 1861–64; chief justice of the U.S. 1864–73. 3. Samuel, 1741–1811, U.S. jurist and leader in the American Revolution: associate justice of the U.S. Supreme Court […]
- Mary dodge
[doj] /dɒdʒ/ noun 1. Mary Elizabeth, 1831–1905, U.S. editor and author of children’s books. /dɒdʒ/ verb 1. to avoid or attempt to avoid (a blow, discovery, etc), as by moving suddenly 2. to evade (questions, etc) by cleverness or trickery 3. (intransitive) (bell-ringing) to make a bell change places with its neighbour when sounding in […]
- Mary eddy
[ed-ee] /ˈɛd i/ noun 1. Mary (Morse) Baker (Mrs. Glover; Mrs. Patterson) 1821–1910, U.S. founder of the Christian Science Church. 2. Also, Eddie. a male given name, form of or . /ˈɛdɪ/ noun (pl) -dies 1. a movement in a stream of air, water, or other fluid in which the current doubles back on itself […]