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Mar

  1. Abbreviation of March.
    Coordinate terms: Jan, Feb, Apr, May, Jun, Jul, Aug, Sep, Oct, Nov, Dec
    Alternative form: Mar.
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Etymology 2 edit

From Scottish Gaelic Màrr.

Proper noun edit

Mar

  1. An earldom in the Scottish peerage.

Etymology 3 edit

From Classical Syriacܡܪܝ(mār(ī)), the first-person singular possessive form of ⁧ܡܪܐ(mārā, lord, master).

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  • Mor (Western Syriac)
  • Mart (feminine)

Noun edit

Mar (plural Mars)

  1. A title of respect in Syriac, given to all saints and also used before the Christian names of bishops.
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Etymology 1 edit

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Proper noun edit

Mar m

  1. (Jersey) March
    • 2013 March, Geraint Jennings, “Mar martello”, in The Town Crier[1], archived from the original on 13 March 2016, page 20:
      Même si Mar martelle, ch'est l'travas d'bouôns gens tchi martelle à flieur dé bras!
      Even if March hits like a hammer, there are folk at work hammering away like anything!

Etymology 2 edit

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Mar m

  1. (Jersey) Mark (biblical character)
  2. (Jersey) a male given name, equivalent to French Marc or English Mark