Arabic

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Etymology 1

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Root
م ر س (m r s)
3 terms

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Verb

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مَارَسَ (mārasa) III, non-past يُمَارِسُ‎ (yumārisu)

  1. to practice (to engage in)
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Etymology 2

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Proper noun

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مَارِس (mārism

  1. March (third month of the Gregorian calendar)
    Synonym: آذَار (ʔāḏār)
  2. (Roman mythology) Mars (god)
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Gregorian calendar months in Arabic · الْأَشْهُر فِي التَّقْوِيمِ الْمِيلَادِيِّ (al-ʔašhur fī at-taqwīmi al-mīlādiyyi) (layout · text)
January February March April
يَنَايِر (yanāyir) فِبْرَايِر (fibrāyir) مَارِس (māris) أَبْرِيل (ʔabrīl)
May June July August
مَايُو (māyū), مَاي (māy) يُونْيُو (yūnyū) يُولْيُو (yūlyū), يُولْيُوز (yūlyūz) أَغُسْطُس (ʔaḡusṭus), غُشْت (ḡušt)
September October November December
سِبْتَمْبَر (sibtambar), شُتَنْبِر (šutanbir) أُكْتُوبَر (ʔuktūbar) نُوفِمْبَر (nūfimbar), نُوَنْبِر (nuwanbir) دِيسَمْبَر (dīsambar), دُجَنْبِر (dujanbir)

Etymology 3

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From Ottoman Turkish مارس (mârs), from Italian marcia or marcio.

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مَارْس (mārs?

  1. a double-point win in backgammon, achieved by clearing all pieces before the opponent has begun clearing theirs

Azerbaijani

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Etymology

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Borrowed from French mars, from Old French mars, from Latin (mēnsis) mārtius.

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مارس (mars)

  1. (South Azerbaijani) March

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Persian

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Etymology 1

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Borrowed from French mars, from Old French mars, from Latin (mensis) mārtius.

Proper noun

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Dari مارچ
Iranian Persian مارس
Tajik март

مارس (mârs)

  1. (time) March (month of the Gregorian calendar)
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Gregorian calendar months in Persian · ماه‌هایِ تَقْویمِ گْریگوری (mâh-hâ-ye taqvim-e gregori)
(Iranian Persian) (layout · text)
January February March April
ژانْوِیِه (žânviye) فِوْرِیِه (fevriye) مارْس (mârs) آوْریل (âvril)
May June July August
مِه (me) ژوئَن (žu'an) ژوئِیِه (žu'iye) اوت (ut)
September October November December
سِپْتامْبْر (septâmbr) اُکْتُبْر (oktobr) نُوامْبْر (novâmbr) دِسامْبْر (desâmbr)
  • (3rd month of the solar Persian calendar): خرداد (xordâd)

Etymology 2

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Borrowed from French Mars, from Latin Mārs.

Proper noun

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مارس (mârs)

  1. (astronomy) Mars (planet)
  2. (Roman mythology) Mars (god)
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South Levantine Arabic

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Root
م ر س
1 term

Etymology

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From Arabic مَارَسَ (mārasa).

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  • IPA(key): /maː.ras/, [ˈmæː.ras]
  • Audio (al-Lidd):(file)

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مارس (māras) III (present بمارس (bimāres))

  1. to practice (a profession)
  2. to apply, to exert

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    Conjugation of مارس (māras)
singular plural
1st person 2nd person 3rd person 1st person 2nd person 3rd person
past m مارست (mārast) مارست (mārast) مارس (māras) مارسنا (mārasna) مارستو (mārastu) مارسو (mārasu)
f مارستي (mārasti) مارست (mārasat)
present m بمارس (bamāres) بتمارس (bitmāres) بمارس (bimāres) منمارس (minmāres) بتمارسو (bitmārsu) بمارسو (bimārsu)
f بتمارسي (bitmārsi) بتمارس (bitmāres)
subjunctive m امارس (amāres) تمارس (tmāres) يمارس (ymāres) نمارس (nmāres) تمارسو (tmārsu) يمارسو (ymārsu)
f تمارسي (tmārsi) تمارس (tmāres)
imperative m مارس (māres) مارسو (mārsu)
f مارسي (mārsi)

Tunisian Arabic

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Etymology

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Borrowed from French mars.

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مارس (mārsm

  1. March

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Gregorian calendar months in Tunisian Arabic · أشهرة سوري (layout · text)
January February March April
جانفي فيفري مارس أفريل
May June July August
ماي جوان جويلية أوت
September October November December
سبتمبر أكتوبر نوفمبر ديسمبر