[Sephardic Hebrew mahr-khesh-vahn; Ashkenazic Hebrew mahr-khesh-vahn; English mahr-hesh-vuh n] /Sephardic Hebrew mɑr xɛʃˈvɑn; Ashkenazic Hebrew mɑrˈxɛʃ vɑn; English mɑrˈhɛʃ vən/
another word for Cheshvan
[mah-ree] /ˈmɑ ri/ noun, plural Maris (especially collectively) Mari for 1. 1. a member of a Uralic people living in scattered communities north of Cheboksary and Kazan in European Russia, mainly in the Mari Autonomous Soviet Socialist Republic. 2. the Finnic language of the Mari. /ˈmɑːrɪ/ noun (pl) Mari, Maris 1. another name for Cheremiss […]
[muh-ree-uh] /məˈri ə/ noun 1. . [muh-ree-uh, -rahy-uh; Dutch, German, Italian, Spanish mah-ree-ah] /məˈri ə, -ˈraɪ ə; Dutch, German, Italian, Spanish mɑˈri ɑ/ noun 1. a female given name, form of . [mair] /mɛər/ noun 1. a fully mature female horse or other equine animal. [mair] /mɛər/ noun, Obsolete. 1. (def 3). [mahr-ey, mair-ee] /ˈmɑr […]
[mahr-ee-ah-chee; Spanish mah-ryah-chee] /ˌmɑr iˈɑ tʃi; Spanish mɑˈryɑ tʃi/ adjective 1. pertaining to traditional Mexican dance music, usually played by a small band of strolling musicians dressed in native costumes. noun, plural mariachis [mahr-ee-ah-cheez; Spanish mah-ryah-chees] /ˌmɑr iˈɑ tʃiz; Spanish mɑˈryɑ tʃis/ (Show IPA) 2. a member of such a band. 3. the music played […]
- Maria de Medici
[Italian mah-ree-ah de me-dee-chee] /Italian mɑˈri ɑ dɛ ˈmɛ di tʃi/ noun 1. .