Name Report For First Name MARIA:


First name MARIA's origin is Other. MARIA means "bitter". You can find other first names and English words that rhymes with MARIA below. Ryhme list involves the matching sounds according to the first letters, last letters and first&last letters of maria.(Brown names are of the same origin (Other) with MARIA and Red names are first names with English/Anglo-Saxon origin)

Rhymes with MARIA - Names & Words

First Names Rhyming MARIA


kamaria mariama mariana amariah annamaria azmariah mariabella mariam marian mariane marianne rosamaria rosemaria shemariah yanamaria mariano zemariam mariamne mariadok mariah

NAMES RHYMING WITH MARƯA (According to last letters):

Rhyming Names According to Last 4 Letters (aria) - Names That Ends with aria:

berengaria kaaria zaharia aria azaria azzaria caffaria daria fearcharia garia laria zacharia naiaria berangaria

Rhyming Names According to Last 3 Letters (ria) - Names That Ends with ria:

cambria ingria demetria egeria elefteria hesperia viktoria oria tiberia victoria horia adairia alegria alexandria andria aphria audria bria calandria ceria deandria desideria devoria erendiria floria gregoria honbria kambria kendria kiandria mairia moria oliveria ria sabria vittoria xavieria xeveria zimria chandria niria elepheteria doria cytheria cloria zuria auria neria loria honoria

Rhyming Names According to Last 2 Letters (ia) - Names That Ends with ia:

afia aminia ashia efia fowsia safia tawia beornia bernia odelia alaia badi'a dummonia amaia donia erensia kamia melodia saskia nubia tabia bethia abelia adalia aloysia agalaia agalia aglaia alesia ambrosia anthia anysia artemia aspasia athanasia basilia

NAMES RHYMING WITH MARƯA (According to first letters):

Rhyming Names According to First 4 Letters (mari) - Names That Begins with mari:

marib maribel maribella maribelle marica maricel maricela maricelia maricella marid maridith marie marie-joie marieanne mariel mariela mariele marielle mariet marietta mariette marigold marika mariko marilda marilee marilena marilla marily marilyn marilynn marin marina marinela mariner marineth mario marioara marion mariquita maris marisa marise marisela marisha mariska marisol marit maritza marius mariutza

Rhyming Names According to First 3 Letters (mar) - Names That Begins with mar:

mar mara marah maralah maralyn maram maranda marc marcail marcar marcas marce marceau marcel marcela marceline marcelino marcella marcelle marcellia marcello marcellus marcelus marchelle marchl marchland marchman marcia marco marcos marcsa marcus mardel marden mardon mare marea maree mareesa marek marelda marella maren marenka mareo marga margaret margareta margarethe


First Names which starts with 'ma' and ends with 'ia':

madia magnolia mahalia maia malia manauia mathia matthia mauricia

First Names which starts with 'm' and ends with 'a':

mabbina mabina maca macala macayla macha machara machayla machupa mackayla mackenna macmurra mada madalena madalina maddalena madeeha madeleina madelena madelina madena madina madora madra maelisa maertisa magda magdala magdalena magena magnhilda magnilda maha mahala mahila mahina maiana maida maira mairona maitea maitena maitilda maiya majeeda majella majida maka makala makarioa makda makeda makela makemba makena makenna makya malaika malana maleka maliha malika malila malina malinda malita malmuira malva malvina mana manaba manara manda mandisa manisha maniya mankalita manoela mantotohpa manuela manya maola mapiya margarita marhilda marjeta marjolaina marla marlaina marlana marlayna

English Words Rhyming MARIA


grammariannoun (n.) One versed in grammar, or the construction of languages; a philologist.
 noun (n.) One who writes on, or teaches, grammar.

grammarianismnoun (n.) The principles, practices, or peculiarities of grammarians.

infirmariannoun (n.) A person dwelling in, or having charge of, an infirmary, esp. in a monastic institution.

maidmariannoun (n.) The lady of the May games; one of the characters in a morris dance; a May queen. Afterward, a grotesque character personated in sports and buffoonery by a man in woman's clothes.
 noun (n.) A kind of dance.

marianadjective (a.) Pertaining to the Virgin Mary, or sometimes to Mary, Queen of England, daughter of Henry VIII.

neogrammariannoun (n.) One of a group of philologists who apply phonetic laws more widely and strictly than was formerly done, and who maintain that these laws admit of no real exceptions.

physemarianoun (n. pl.) A group of simple marine organisms, usually classed as the lowest of the sponges. They have inflated hollow bodies.

stigmarianoun (n.) The fossil root stem of a coal plant of the genus Sigillaria.

ENGLISH WORDS RHYMING WITH MARƯA (According to last letters):

Rhyming Words According to Last 4 Letters (aria) - English Words That Ends with aria:

actinarianoun (n. pl.) A large division of Anthozoa, including those which have simple tentacles and do not form stony corals. Sometimes, in a wider sense, applied to all the Anthozoa, expert the Alcyonaria, whether forming corals or not.

adularianoun (n.) A transparent or translucent variety of common feldspar, or orthoclase, which often shows pearly opalescent reflections; -- called by lapidaries moonstone.

adversarianoun (n. pl.) A miscellaneous collection of notes, remarks, or selections; a commonplace book; also, commentaries or notes.

alcyonarianoun (n. pl.) One of the orders of Anthozoa. It includes the Alcyonacea, Pennatulacea, and Gorgonacea.

alfilarianoun (n.) The pin grass (Erodium cicutarium), a weed in California.

appendicularianoun (n.) A genus of small free-swimming Tunicata, shaped somewhat like a tadpole, and remarkable for resemblances to the larvae of other Tunicata. It is the type of the order Copelata or Larvalia. See Illustration in Appendix.

araucarianoun (n.) A genus of tall conifers of the pine family. The species are confined mostly to South America and Australia. The wood cells differ from those of other in having the dots in their lateral surfaces in two or three rows, and the dots of contiguous rows alternating. The seeds are edible.

arianoun (n.) An air or song; a melody; a tune.

auricularianoun (n. pl.) A kind of holothurian larva, with soft, blunt appendages. See Illustration in Appendix.

avicularianoun (n. pl.) See prehensile processes on the cells of some Bryozoa, often having the shape of a bird's bill.

balistrarianoun (n.) A narrow opening, often cruciform, through which arrows might be discharged.

barianoun (n.) Baryta.

bipinnarianoun (n.) The larva of certain starfishes as developed in the free-swimming stage.

brachiolarianoun (n. pl.) A peculiar early larval stage of certain starfishes, having a bilateral structure, and swimming by means of bands of vibrating cilia.

calceolarianoun (n.) A genus of showy herbaceous or shrubby plants, brought from South America; slipperwort. It has a yellow or purple flower, often spotted or striped, the shape of which suggests its name.

calvarianoun (n.) The bones of the cranium; more especially, the bones of the domelike upper portion.

carinarianoun (n.) A genus of oceanic heteropod Mollusca, having a thin, glassy, bonnet-shaped shell, which covers only the nucleus and gills.

cercarianoun (n.) The larval form of a trematode worm having the shape of a tadpole, with its body terminated by a tail-like appendage.

cinerarianoun (n.) A Linnaean genus of free-flowering composite plants, mostly from South Africa. Several species are cultivated for ornament.

cnidarianoun (n. pl.) A comprehensive group equivalent to the true Coelenterata, i. e., exclusive of the sponges. They are so named from presence of stinging cells (cnidae) in the tissues. See Coelenterata.

convallarianoun (n.) The lily of the valley.

crotalarianoun (n.) A genus of leguminous plants; rattlebox.

datarianoun (n.) Formerly, a part of the Roman chancery; now, a separate office from which are sent graces or favors, cognizable in foro externo, such as appointments to benefices. The name is derived from the word datum, given or dated (with the indications of the time and place of granting the gift or favor).

desmomyarianoun (n. pl.) The division of Tunicata which includes the Salpae. See Salpa.

dimyarianoun (n. pl.) An order of lamellibranchiate mollusks having an anterior and posterior adductor muscle, as the common clam. See Bivalve.

filarianoun (n.) A genus of slender, nematode worms of many species, parasitic in various animals. See Guinea worm.

fistularianoun (n.) A genus of fishes, having the head prolonged into a tube, with the mouth at the extremity.

fritillarianoun (n.) A genus of liliaceous plants, of which the crown-imperial (Fritillaria imperialis) is one species, and the Guinea-hen flower (F. Meleagris) another. See Crown-imperial.

grossularianoun (n.) Same as Grossular.

heteromyarianoun (n. pl.) A division of bivalve shells, including the marine mussels, in which the two adductor muscles are very unequal. See Dreissena, and Illust. under Byssus.

laminarianoun (n.) A genus of great seaweeds with long and broad fronds; kelp, or devil's apron. The fronds commonly grow in clusters, and are sometimes from thirty to fifty feet in length. See Illust. of Kelp.

lucernarianoun (n.) A genus of acalephs, having a bell-shaped body with eight groups of short tentacles around the margin. It attaches itself by a sucker at the base of the pedicel.

madreporarianoun (n. pl.) An extensive division of Anthozoa, including most of the species that produce stony corals. See Illust. of Anthozoa.

malarianoun (n.) Air infected with some noxious substance capable of engendering disease; esp., an unhealthy exhalation from certain soils, as marshy or wet lands, producing fevers; miasma.
 noun (n.) A morbid condition produced by exhalations from decaying vegetable matter in contact with moisture, giving rise to fever and ague and many other symptoms characterized by their tendency to recur at definite and usually uniform intervals.

mercenarianoun (n.) The quahog.

miliarianoun (n.) A fever accompanied by an eruption of small, isolated, red pimples, resembling a millet seed in form or size; miliary fever.

monadarianoun (n. pl.) The Infusoria.

monomyarianoun ( An order of lamellibranchs having but one muscle for closing the shell, as the oyster.

myarianoun (n. pl.) A division of bivalve mollusks of which the common clam (Mya) is the type.

oscillarianoun (n.) A genus of dark green, or purplish black, filamentous, fresh-water algae, the threads of which have an automatic swaying or crawling motion. Called also Oscillatoria.

pedicellarianoun (n.) A peculiar forcepslike organ which occurs in large numbers upon starfishes and echini. Those of starfishes have two movable jaws, or blades, and are usually nearly, or quite, sessile; those of echini usually have three jaws and a pedicel. See Illustration in Appendix.

persicarianoun (n.) See Lady's thumb.

phytozoarianoun (n. pl.) Same as Infusoria.

planarianoun (n.) Any species of turbellarian worms belonging to Planaria, and many allied genera. The body is usually flat, thin, and smooth. Some species, in warm countries, are terrestrial.

plumularianoun (n.) Any hydroid belonging to Plumularia and other genera of the family Plumularidae. They generally grow in plumelike forms.

polycyttarianoun (n. pl.) A division of Radiolaria. It includes those having one more central capsules.

pseudofilarianoun (n.) One of the two elongated vibratile young formed by fission of the embryo during the development of certain Gregarinae.

radiolarianoun (n. pl.) Order of rhizopods, usually having a siliceous skeleton, or shell, and sometimes radiating spicules. The pseudopodia project from the body like rays. It includes the polycystines. See Polycystina.

regularianoun (n. pl.) A division of Echini which includes the circular, or regular, sea urchins.

reticularianoun (n. pl.) An extensive division of rhizopods in which the pseudopodia are more or less slender and coalesce at certain points, forming irregular meshes. It includes the shelled Foraminifera, together with some groups which lack a true shell.

Rhyming Words According to Last 3 Letters (ria) - English Words That Ends with ria:

albuminurianoun (n.) A morbid condition in which albumin is present in the urine.

aporianoun (n.) A figure in which the speaker professes to be at a loss what course to pursue, where to begin to end, what to say, etc.

apterianoun (n. pl.) Naked spaces between the feathered areas of birds. See Pteryliae.

acetonurianoun (n.) Excess of acetone in the urine, as in starvation or diabetes.

alfilerianoun (n.) Alt. of Alfilerilla

anisocorianoun (n.) Inequality of the pupils of the eye.

azoturianoun (n.) Excess of urea or other nitrogenous substances in the urine.

bacterianoun (n.p.) See Bacterium.
  (pl. ) of Bacterium

cambrianoun (n.) The ancient Latin name of Wales. It is used by modern poets.

chylurianoun (n.) A morbid condition in which the urine contains chyle or fatty matter, giving it a milky appearance.

curianoun (n.) One of the thirty parts into which the Roman people were divided by Romulus.
 noun (n.) The place of assembly of one of these divisions.
 noun (n.) The place where the meetings of the senate were held; the senate house.
 noun (n.) The court of a sovereign or of a feudal lord; also; his residence or his household.
 noun (n.) Any court of justice.
 noun (n.) The Roman See in its temporal aspects, including all the machinery of administration; -- called also curia Romana.

caballerianoun (n.) An ancient Spanish land tenure similar to the English knight's fee; hence, in Spain and countries settled by the Spanish, a land measure of varying size. In Cuba it is about 33 acres; in Porto Rico, about 194 acres; in the Southwestern United States, about 108 acres.

cafeterianoun (n.) A restaurant or cafe at which the patrons serve themselves with food kept at a counter, taking the food to small tables to eat.

cerianoun (n.) Cerium oxide, CeO2, a white infusible substance constituting about one per cent of the material of the common incandescent mantle.

decandrianoun (n. pl.) A Linnaean class of plants characterized by having ten stamens.

desmobacterianoun (n. pl.) See Microbacteria.

diandrianoun (n. pl.) A Linnaean class of plants having two stamens.

dinosaurianoun (n. pl.) An order of extinct mesozoic reptiles, mostly of large size (whence the name). Notwithstanding their size, they present birdlike characters in the skeleton, esp. in the pelvis and hind limbs. Some walked on their three-toed hind feet, thus producing the large "bird tracks," so-called, of mesozoic sandstones; others were five-toed and quadrupedal. See Illust. of Compsognathus, also Illustration of Dinosaur in Appendix.

diphtherianoun (n.) A very dangerous contagious disease in which the air passages, and especially the throat, become coated with a false membrane, produced by the solidification of an inflammatory exudation. Cf. Group.

dodecandrianoun (n. pl.) A Linnaean class of plants including all that have any number of stamens between twelve and nineteen.

dysphorianoun (n.) Impatience under affliction; morbid restlessness; dissatisfaction; the fidgets.

dysurianoun (n.) Alt. of Dysury

enaliosaurianoun (n. pl.) An extinct group of marine reptiles, embracing both the Ichthyosauria and the Plesiosauria, now regarded as distinct orders.

enheahedrianoun (n.) Alt. of Enheahedron

enneandrianoun (n.) A Linnaean class of plants having nine stamens.

ferianoun (n.) A week day, esp. a day which is neither a festival nor a fast.

fimbrianoun (n.) A fringe, or fringed border.
 noun (n.) A band of white matter bordering the hippocampus in the brain.

fossorianoun (n. pl.) See Fossores.

gaultherianoun (n.) A genus of ericaceous shrubs with evergreen foliage, and, often, edible berries. It includes the American winter-green (Gaultheria procumbens), and the larger-fruited salal of Northwestern America (Gaultheria Shallon).

glorianoun (n.) A doxology (beginning Gloria Patri, Glory be to the Father), sung or said at the end of the Psalms in the service of the Roman Catholic and other churches.
 noun (n.) A portion of the Mass (Gloria in Excelsis Deo, Glory be to God on high), and also of the communion service in some churches. In the Episcopal Church the version in English is used.
 noun (n.) The musical setting of a gloria.

glucosurianoun (n.) A condition in which glucose is discharged in the urine; diabetes mellitus.

glycosurianoun (n.) Same as Glucosuria.

gynandrianoun (n. pl.) A class of plants in the Linnaean system, whose stamens grow out of, or are united with, the pistil.

halisaurianoun (n. pl.) The Enaliosauria.

hatterianoun (n.) A New Zealand lizard, which, in anatomical character, differs widely from all other existing lizards. It is the only living representative of the order Rhynchocephala, of which many Mesozoic fossil species are known; -- called also Sphenodon, and Tuatera.

hematurianoun (n.) Passage of urine mingled with blood.

heptandrianoun (n. pl.) A Linnaean class of plants having seven stamens.

hexandrianoun (n. pl.) A Linnaean class of plants having six stamens.

homoeomerianoun (n.) The state or quality of being homogeneous in elements or first principles; likeness or identity of parts.

hydrianoun (n.) A water jar; esp., one with a large rounded body, a small neck, and three handles. Some of the most beautiful Greek vases are of this form.

hypochondrianoun (n.) Hypochondriasis; melancholy; the blues.
  (pl. ) of Hypochondrium

hysterianoun (n.) A nervous affection, occurring almost exclusively in women, in which the emotional and reflex excitability is exaggerated, and the will power correspondingly diminished, so that the patient loses control over the emotions, becomes the victim of imaginary sensations, and often falls into paroxism or fits.

ichthyosaurianoun (n. pl.) An extinct order of marine reptiles, including Ichthyosaurus and allied forms; -- called also Ichthyopterygia. They have not been found later than the Cretaceous period.

icosandrianoun (n. pl.) A Linnaean class of plants, having twenty or more stamens inserted in the calyx.

improperianoun (n. pl.) A series of antiphons and responses, expressing the sorrowful remonstrance of our Lord with his people; -- sung on the morning of the Good Friday in place of the usual daily Mass of the Roman ritual.

infusorianoun (n. pl.) One of the classes of Protozoa, including a large number of species, all of minute size.

injurianoun (n.) Injury; invasion of another's rights.

ittrianoun (n.) See Yttria.

kramerianoun (n.) A genus of spreading shrubs with many stems, from one species of which (K. triandra), found in Peru, rhatany root, used as a medicine, is obtained.

latrianoun (n.) The highest kind of worship, or that paid to God; -- distinguished by the Roman Catholics from dulia, or the inferior worship paid to saints.

ENGLISH WORDS RHYMING WITH MARƯA (According to first letters):

Rhyming Words According to First 4 Letters (mari) - Words That Begins with mari:

marietnoun (n.) A kind of bellflower, Companula Trachelium, once called Viola Mariana; but it is not a violet.

marigenousadjective (a.) Produced in or by the sea.

marigoldnoun (n.) A name for several plants with golden yellow blossoms, especially the Calendula officinalis (see Calendula), and the cultivated species of Tagetes.

marikinanoun (n.) A small marmoset (Midas rosalia); the silky tamarin.

marimbanoun (n.) A musical istrument of percussion, consisting of bars yielding musical tones when struck.

marimondanoun (n.) A spider monkey (Ateles belzebuth) of Central and South America.

marinadenoun (n.) A brine or pickle containing wine and spices, for enriching the flavor of meat and fish.

marineadjective (a.) Of or pertaining to the sea; having to do with the ocean, or with navigation or naval affairs; nautical; as, marine productions or bodies; marine shells; a marine engine.
 adjective (a.) Formed by the action of the currents or waves of the sea; as, marine deposits.
 adjective (a.) A solider serving on shipboard; a sea soldier; one of a body of troops trained to do duty in the navy.
 adjective (a.) The sum of naval affairs; naval economy; the department of navigation and sea forces; the collective shipping of a country; as, the mercantile marine.
 adjective (a.) A picture representing some marine subject.

marinedadjective (a.) Having the lower part of the body like a fish.

marinernoun (n.) One whose occupation is to assist in navigating ships; a seaman or sailor.

marinershipnoun (n.) Seamanship.

marinoramanoun (n.) A representation of a sea view.

mariolaternoun (n.) One who worships the Virgin Mary.

mariolatrynoun (n.) The worship of the Virgin Mary.

marionettenoun (n.) A puppet moved by strings, as in a puppet show.
 noun (n.) The buffel duck.

mariputnoun (n.) A species of civet; the zoril.

marishnoun (n.) Low, wet ground; a marsh; a fen; a bog; a moor.
 adjective (a.) Moory; fenny; boggy.
 adjective (a.) Growing in marshes.

maritatedadjective (a.) Having a husband; married.

maritimaladjective (a.) Alt. of Maritimale

maritimaleadjective (a.) See Maritime.

maritimeadjective (a.) Bordering on, or situated near, the ocean; connected with the sea by site, interest, or power; having shipping and commerce or a navy; as, maritime states.
 adjective (a.) Of or pertaining to the ocean; marine; pertaining to navigation and naval affairs, or to shipping and commerce by sea.

marinismnoun (n.) A bombastic literary style marked by the use of metaphors and antitheses characteristic of the Italian poet Giambattista Marini (1569-1625).

Rhyming Words According to First 3 Letters (mar) - Words That Begins with mar:

marnoun (n.) A small lake. See Mere.
 noun (n.) A mark or blemish made by bruising, scratching, or the like; a disfigurement.
 verb (v.) To make defective; to do injury to, esp. by cutting off or defacing a part; to impair; to disfigure; to deface.
 verb (v.) To spoil; to ruin.

marringnoun (p. pr. & vb. n.) of Mar

maranoun (n.) The principal or ruling evil spirit.
 noun (n.) A female demon who torments people in sleep by crouching on their chests or stomachs, or by causing terrifying visions.
 noun (n.) The Patagonian cavy (Dolichotis Patagonicus).

marabounoun (n.) A large stork of the genus Leptoptilos (formerly Ciconia), esp. the African species (L. crumenifer), which furnishes plumes worn as ornaments. The Asiatic species (L. dubius, or L. argala) is the adjutant. See Adjutant.
 noun (n.) One having five eighths negro blood; the offspring of a mulatto and a griffe.
 noun (n.) A kind of thrown raw silk, nearly white naturally, but capable of being dyed without scouring; also, a thin fabric made from it, as for scarfs, which resembles the feathers of the marabou in delicacy, -- whence the name.

maraboutnoun (n.) A Mohammedan saint; especially, one who claims to work cures supernaturally.

maracannoun (n.) A macaw.

marainoun (n.) A sacred inclosure or temple; -- so called by the islanders of the Pacific Ocean.

maranathanoun (n.) "Our Lord cometh;" -- an expression used by St. Paul at the conclusion of his first Epistle to the Corinthians (xvi. 22). This word has been used in anathematizing persons for great crimes; as much as to say, "May the Lord come quickly to take vengeance of thy crimes." See Anathema maranatha, under Anathema.

marantanoun (n.) A genus of endogenous plants found in tropical America, and some species also in India. They have tuberous roots containing a large amount of starch, and from one species (Maranta arundinacea) arrowroot is obtained. Many kinds are cultivated for ornament.

maraschinonoun (n.) A liqueur distilled from fermented cherry juice, and flavored with the pit of a variety of cherry which grows in Dalmatia.

marasmusnoun (n.) A wasting of flesh without fever or apparent disease; a kind of consumption; atrophy; phthisis.

maraudingnoun (p. pr. & vb. n.) of Maraud

maraudnoun (n.) An excursion for plundering.
 verb (v. i.) To rove in quest of plunder; to make an excursion for booty; to plunder.

maravedinoun (n.) A small copper coin of Spain, equal to three mils American money, less than a farthing sterling. Also, an ancient Spanish gold coin.

marblenoun (n.) A massive, compact limestone; a variety of calcite, capable of being polished and used for architectural and ornamental purposes. The color varies from white to black, being sometimes yellow, red, and green, and frequently beautifully veined or clouded. The name is also given to other rocks of like use and appearance, as serpentine or verd antique marble, and less properly to polished porphyry, granite, etc.
 noun (n.) A thing made of, or resembling, marble, as a work of art, or record, in marble; or, in the plural, a collection of such works; as, the Arundel or Arundelian marbles; the Elgin marbles.
 noun (n.) A little ball of marble, or of some other hard substance, used as a plaything by children; or, in the plural, a child's game played with marbles.
 noun (n.) To stain or vein like marble; to variegate in color; as, to marble the edges of a book, or the surface of paper.
 adjective (a.) Made of, or resembling, marble; as, a marble mantel; marble paper.
 adjective (a.) Cold; hard; unfeeling; as, a marble breast or heart.

marblingnoun (p. pr. & vb. n.) of Marble
 noun (n.) The art or practice of variegating in color, in imitation of marble.
 noun (n.) An intermixture of fat and lean in meat, giving it a marbled appearance.
 noun (n.) Distinct markings resembling the variegations of marble, as on birds and insects.

marbledadjective (a.) Made of, or faced with, marble.
 adjective (a.) Made to resemble marble; veined or spotted like marble.
 adjective (a.) Varied with irregular markings, or witch a confused blending of irregular spots and streaks.
  (imp. & p. p.) of Marble

marbleizingnoun (p. pr. & vb. n.) of Marbleize

marblernoun (n.) One who works upon marble or other stone.
 noun (n.) One who colors or stains in imitation of marble.

marblyadjective (a.) Containing, or resembling, marble.

marbrinusnoun (n.) A cloth woven so as to imitate the appearance of marble; -- much used in the 15th and 16th centuries.

marcnoun (n.) The refuse matter which remains after the pressure of fruit, particularly of grapes.
 noun (n.) A weight of various commodities, esp. of gold and silver, used in different European countries. In France and Holland it was equal to eight ounces.
 noun (n.) A coin formerly current in England and Scotland, equal to thirteen shillings and four pence.
 noun (n.) A German coin and money of account. See Mark.

marcantantnoun (n.) A merchant.

marcasitenoun (n.) A sulphide of iron resembling pyrite or common iron pyrites in composition, but differing in form; white iron pyrites.

marcasiticadjective (a.) Alt. of Marcasitical

marcasiticaladjective (a.) Containing, or having the nature of, marcasite.

marcassinnoun (n.) A young wild boar.

marcatoadjective (a.) In a marked emphatic manner; -- used adverbially as a direction.

marcelinenoun (n.) A thin silk fabric used for linings, etc., in ladies' dresses.

marcescentadjective (a.) Withering without/ falling off; fading; decaying.

marcescibleadjective (a.) Li/ble to wither or decay.

marchnoun (n.) The third month of the year, containing thirty-one days.
 noun (n.) A territorial border or frontier; a region adjacent to a boundary line; a confine; -- used chiefly in the plural, and in English history applied especially to the border land on the frontiers between England and Scotland, and England and Wales.
 noun (n.) The act of marching; a movement of soldiers from one stopping place to another; military progress; advance of troops.
 noun (n.) Hence: Measured and regular advance or movement, like that of soldiers moving in order; stately or deliberate walk; steady onward movement.
 noun (n.) The distance passed over in marching; as, an hour's march; a march of twenty miles.
 noun (n.) A piece of music designed or fitted to accompany and guide the movement of troops; a piece of music in the march form.
 verb (v. i.) To border; to be contiguous; to lie side by side.
 verb (v. i.) To move with regular steps, as a soldier; to walk in a grave, deliberate, or stately manner; to advance steadily.
 verb (v. i.) To proceed by walking in a body or in military order; as, the German army marched into France.
 verb (v. t.) TO cause to move with regular steps in the manner of a soldier; to cause to move in military array, or in a body, as troops; to cause to advance in a steady, regular, or stately manner; to cause to go by peremptory command, or by force.

marchingnoun (p. pr. & vb. n.) of March
  () a. & n., fr. March, v.

marchernoun (n.) The lord or officer who defended the marches or borders of a territory.

marchetnoun (n.) Alt. of Merchet

marchionessnoun (n.) The wife or the widow of a marquis; a woman who has the rank and dignity of a marquis.

marchmannoun (n.) A person living in the marches between England and Scotland or Wales.

marchpanenoun (n.) A kind of sweet bread or biscuit; a cake of pounded almonds and sugar.

marcianadjective (a.) Under the influence of Mars; courageous; bold.

marcidadjective (a.) Pining; lean; withered.
 adjective (a.) Characterized by emaciation, as a fever.

marciditynoun (n.) The state or quality of being withered or lean.

marcionitenoun (n.) A follower of Marcion, a Gnostic of the second century, who adopted the Oriental notion of the two conflicting principles, and imagined that between them there existed a third power, neither wholly good nor evil, the Creator of the world and of man, and the God of the Jewish dispensation.

marcobrunnernoun (n.) A celebrated Rhine wine.

marcornoun (n.) A wasting away of flesh; decay.

marcosiannoun (n.) One of a Gnostic sect of the second century, so called from Marcus, an Egyptian, who was reputed to be a margician.

mardi grasnoun (n.) The last day of Carnival; Shrove Tuesday; -- in some cities a great day of carnival and merrymaking.

marenoun (n.) The female of the horse and other equine quadrupeds.
 noun (n.) Sighing, suffocative panting, intercepted utterance, with a sense of pressure across the chest, occurring during sleep; the incubus; -- obsolete, except in the compound nightmare.

mareisnoun (n.) A Marsh.

marenanoun (n.) A European whitefish of the genus Coregonus.

mareschalnoun (n.) A military officer of high rank; a marshal.


English Words which starts with 'ma' and ends with 'ia':

macroglossianoun (n.) Enlargement or hypertrophy of the tongue.

madianoun (n.) A genus of composite plants, of which one species (Madia sativa) is cultivated for the oil yielded from its seeds by pressure. This oil is sometimes used instead of olive oil for the table.

magnesianoun (n.) A light earthy white substance, consisting of magnesium oxide, and obtained by heating magnesium hydrate or carbonate, or by burning magnesium. It has a slightly alkaline reaction, and is used in medicine as a mild antacid laxative. See Magnesium.

magnolianoun (n.) A genus of American and Asiatic trees, with aromatic bark and large sweet-scented whitish or reddish flowers.

mahonianoun (n.) The Oregon grape, a species of barberry (Berberis Aquifolium), often cultivated for its hollylike foliage.

maianoun (n.) A genus of spider crabs, including the common European species (Maia squinado).
 noun (n.) A beautiful American bombycid moth (Eucronia maia).

malpighianoun (n.) A genus of tropical American shrubs with opposite leaves and small white or reddish flowers. The drupes of Malpighia urens are eaten under the name of Barbadoes cherries.

mammalianoun (n. pl.) The highest class of Vertebrata. The young are nourished for a time by milk, or an analogous fluid, secreted by the mammary glands of the mother.

manianoun (n.) Violent derangement of mind; madness; insanity. Cf. Delirium.
 noun (n.) Excessive or unreasonable desire; insane passion affecting one or many people; as, the tulip mania.

marginalianoun (n. pl.) Marginal notes.

marsdenianoun (n.) A genus of plants of the Milkweed family, mostly woody climbers with fragrant flowers, several species of which furnish valuable fiber, and one species (Marsdenia tinctoria) affords indigo.

marsipobranchianoun (n. pl.) A class of Vertebrata, lower than fishes, characterized by their purselike gill cavities, cartilaginous skeletons, absence of limbs, and a suckerlike mouth destitute of jaws. It includes the lampreys and hagfishes. See Cyclostoma, and Lamprey. Called also Marsipobranchiata, and Marsipobranchii.

marsupialianoun (n. pl.) A subclass of Mammalia, including nearly all the mammals of Australia and the adjacent islands, together with the opossums of America. They differ from ordinary mammals in having the corpus callosum very small, in being implacental, and in having their young born while very immature. The female generally carries the young for some time after birth in an external pouch, or marsupium. Called also Marsupiata.

mastodynianoun (n.) Alt. of Mastodyny

maffianoun (n.) Alt. of Mafia

mafianoun (n.) A secret society which organized in Sicily as a political organization, but is now widespread among Italians, and is used to further or protect private interests, reputedly by illegal methods.