[mahr-sah-luh; Italian mahr-sah-lah] /mɑrˈsɑ lə; Italian mɑrˈsɑ lɑ/
a seaport in W Sicily.
a sweet, dark, fortified wine made near Marsala, or a similar wine made elsewhere.
made or flavored with this wine:
a port in W Sicily: landing place of Garibaldi at the start of his Sicilian campaign (1860). Pop: 77 784 (2001)
(sometimes not capital) a dark sweet dessert wine made in Sicily
kind of wine, 1806, named for seaport town on the west coast of Sicily, which is said to be from Arabic Mirsa-llahi, literally “the Port of God.”
[mahr-sal-is] /mɑrˈsæl ɪs/ noun 1. Wynton [win-tn] /ˈwɪn tn/ (Show IPA), born 1961, U.S. jazz and classical music trumpeter, jazz composer, educator, and executive. /mɑːˈsɑːlɪs/ noun 1. Wynton. born 1961, US jazz and classical trumpeter
/mɑːˈsæn/ noun 1. a white grape grown in the N Rhône region of France and in California and Australia, used for making wine 2. a full-bodied white wine made from this grape
noun 1. a medium brown color. 2. a brown pigment used in painting, artificially made from an iron oxide base and characterized by strong film-forming properties and permanence.
[mahrs] /mɑrs/ noun, Southern U.S. 1. (used chiefly in representation of southern black speech) master.