[mahr-jer-uh m] /ˈmɑr dʒər əm/
any of several aromatic herbs belonging to the genus Origanum, of the mint family, especially O. majorana (sweet marjoram) having leaves used as seasoning in cooking.
Also called sweet marjoram. an aromatic Mediterranean plant, Origanum (or Marjorana) hortensis, with small pale purple flowers and sweet-scented leaves, used for seasoning food and in salads: family Lamiaceae (labiates)
Also called wild marjoram, pot marjoram, origan. a similar and related European plant, Origanum vulgare See also oregano, origanum
late 14c., from Old French majorane (13c., Modern French marjolaine), from Medieval Latin maiorana, of uncertain origin, probably ultimately from India (cf. Sanskrit maruva- “marjoram”), with form influenced by Latin major “greater.”
[mahr-juh-ree] /ˈmɑr dʒə ri/ noun 1. a female given name, form of .
- Mark 1
computer (Or “Automatic Sequence Controlled Calculator”) A first generation computer developed in 1944 by Howard Aiken of Harvard University. The Mark 1 is seen as the first full-sized digital computer. It weighed 5 tons, had 500 miles of wiring, was used only for numeric calculations, and took three seconds to carry out one multiplication. [Mechanism? […]
[mahr-kuh n] /ˈmɑr kən/ adjective 1. . [mahr-kuh n] /ˈmɑr kən/ adjective 1. of, relating to, or characteristic of St. Mark or of the second Gospel.
[mahr-kuh, -kah] /ˈmɑr kə, -kɑ/ noun, plural marka, markas. 1. the basic monetary unit of Bosnia and Herzegovina, equal to 100 pfenigs. /ˈmɑːkə/ noun 1. a unit of currency introduced as an interim currency in Bosnia-Herzegovina; replaced by the euro in 2002