noun, Southern U.S.
(used chiefly in representation of southern black speech) master.
- Mark spitz
[spits] /spɪts/ noun 1. Mark (Andrew) born 1950, U.S. swimmer: winner of seven gold medals in 1972 summer Olympic Games. /spɪts/ noun 1. any of various breeds of dog characterized by very dense hair, a stocky build, a pointed muzzle, erect ears, and a tightly curled tail /spɪts/ noun 1. Mark. born 1950, US swimmer, […]
[mahrks-muh n] /ˈmɑrks mən/ noun, plural marksmen. 1. a person who is skilled in shooting at a mark; a person who shoots well. 2. Military. /ˈmɑːksmən/ noun (pl) -men 1. a person skilled in shooting 2. a serviceman selected for his skill in shooting, esp for a minor engagement 3. a qualification awarded in certain […]
- Marseille prolog
language One of the two main dialects of Prolog, the other being Edinburgh Prolog. The difference is largely syntax. The original Marseille Interpreter (1973) was written in Fortran. [Developed by?] (1998-03-16)
[mahr-seylz] /mɑrˈseɪlz/ noun 1. a thick cotton fabric woven in figures or stripes with an embossed effect, chiefly for bedspreads and other coverings. [mahr-sey] /mɑrˈseɪ/ noun 1. a seaport in and the capital of Bouches-du-Rhône department, in SE France. [boosh-dy-rohn] /buʃ düˈroʊn/ noun 1. a department in SE France. 2026 sq. mi. (5245 sq. km). […]