[mahr-muh t] /ˈmɑr mət/
any bushy-tailed, stocky rodent of the genus Marmota, as the woodchuck.
any of certain related animals, as the prairie dogs.
any burrowing sciurine rodent of the genus Marmota, of Europe, Asia, and North America. They are heavily built, having short legs, a short furry tail, and coarse fur
prairie marmot, another name for prairie dog
Alpine rodent, c.1600, from French marmotte, from Romansch (Swiss) murmont (assimilated to Old French marmote “monkey”), from Latin murem montis “mountain mouse.”
adjective resembling a woman or mother Word Origin marm is variant of ma’am
[ma-rawk] /maˈrɔk/ noun 1. French name of . /marɔk/ noun 1. the French name for Morocco
[mar-uh-keyn, mar-uh-keyn] /ˈmær əˌkeɪn, ˌmær əˈkeɪn/ noun 1. a crepe fabric made of silk, wool, or rayon, or a combination of these fibers, and distinguished by a strong rib effect, used in the manufacture of dresses and women’s suits; a heavy Canton crepe. /ˈmærəˌkeɪn/ noun 1. a fabric of ribbed crepe 2. a garment made […]
[muh-roh-nee] /məˈroʊ ni/ noun 1. a river in N South America, forming the border between French Guiana and Suriname, flowing N to the Atlantic Ocean: upper course called the Itany. 450 miles (724 km) long.