See also: Mars, mars, marš, and марс

Belarusian

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Сымбаль планеты Марс
 
Марс (планета)

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Марс (Marsm inan (genitive Ма́рса, uncountable)

  1. (astronomy) Mars (the fourth planet in the solar system)
    • 1979, Uladzimir Karatkievich, Чорны замак Альшанскі:
      А калі́ гэ́та так, то Галіле́й адкры́ў спадаро́жнікі Ма́рса.
      A kalí héta tak, to Haliljéj adkrýŭ spadaróžniki Mársa.
      And if it's true, then Galileo discovered the satellites of Mars.

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Марс (Marsm pers (genitive Ма́рса, uncountable)

  1. (Roman mythology) Mars (the Roman god of war)
    Марс — бог вайны́.
    Mars — boh vajný.
    Mars is a god of war.

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  • Марс” in Belarusian–Russian dictionaries and Belarusian dictionaries at slounik.org

Bulgarian

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  • IPA(key): [mars]
  • Hyphenation: Марс

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Марс (Marsm (relational adjective марсиа́нски)

  1. (astronomy) Mars
  2. (Roman mythology) Mars
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Solar System in Bulgarian · Слънчева система (Slǎnčeva sistema) (layout · text)
Star Слъ́нце (Slǎ́nce)
IAU planets and
notable dwarf planets
Мерку́рий (Merkúrij) Вене́ра (Venéra) Земя́ (Zemjá) Марс (Mars) Це́рера (Cérera) Ю́питер (Júpiter) Сату́рн (Satúrn) Ура́н (Urán) Непту́н (Neptún) Плуто́н (Plutón) Ери́да (Erída)
Notable
moons
Луна́ (Luná) Фо́бос (Fóbos)
Де́ймос (Déjmos)
Йо (Jo)
Евро́па (Evrópa)
Ганиме́д (Ganiméd)
Кали́сто (Kalísto)
Ми́мас (Mímas)
Енцела́д (Encelád)
Те́тида (Tétida)
Дио́на (Dióna)
Ре́я (Réja)
Тита́н (Titán)
Япе́т (Japét)

Мира́нда (Miránda)
А́риел (Áriel)
У́мбриел (Úmbriel)
Тита́ния (Titánija)
О́берон (Óberon)
Трито́н (Tritón) Харо́н (Harón) Дисно́мия (Disnómija)

Macedonian

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  • IPA(key): [mars]
  • Hyphenation: Марс

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Марс (Marsm (relational adjective марсовски)

  1. (astronomy) Mars
  2. (Roman mythology) Mars

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  • Марс” in Дигитален речник на македонскиот јазик (Digitalen rečnik na makedonskiot jazik) [Digital dictionary of the Macedonian language] − drmj.eu

Russian

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  • IPA(key): [mars]
  • Hyphenation: Марс
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Марс (Marsm inan (genitive Ма́рса, relational adjective марсиа́нский)

  1. (astronomy) Mars

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Марс (Marsm anim (genitive Ма́рса)

  1. (Roman mythology) Mars

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Serbo-Croatian

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  • IPA(key): /mârs/
  • Hyphenation: Марс

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Ма̏рс m (Latin spelling Mȁrs)

  1. (astronomy) Mars
  2. (Roman mythology) Mars

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Ukrainian

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Марс (Marsm inan (genitive Ма́рса, uncountable, relational adjective марсіа́нський)

  1. (astronomy) Mars

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Марс (Marsm pers (genitive Ма́рса, uncountable)

  1. (Roman mythology) Mars

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