- n. A male given name.
- From Italian and Spanish Mario, both of whom derive from Latin Marius. (Wiktionary)
“The huge vocal talent that is the Rosenstock (DOIT MARIO) Taken from an after dinner appearance in Ireland For more from Mario ”
“The game was inspired by the mario battle minigame from Mario 3 when we started developing, but changed a lot over time.”
“And/co/is just a generally lovely place, a great board that has a lot of creative people who might draw you something if you ask politely. goldeneye is a hell of a game, and still is. playing in 4 player mode was always a blast when i was able to do so. was still fun after all these years when someone brought a N64 and goldeneye game to the college i go to. i'd bring an extra controller or two and mario kart as well, and another guy would bring in a small tv, maybe 14 or 17 inch screen, something easy to carry. during lunch or between classes, we'd go to the break room, hook it up and just go at it in Goldeneye and Mario kart.”
“•Mario vs. Donkey Kong ™: Minis March Again: Can Mario and his Mini Marios rescue Pauline from Donkey Kong's clutches yet again?”
“Sonic’s music is too techno-y to translate to piano like the mario music does, I wasn’t nearly as impressed, but the blindfoled Mario pianist playing Sonic link on that page has a much better sound to it.”
“In all likelihood, you have never heard the name Mario Garcia before today—yet he is the kind of man constructing your consciousness.”
“But it could be argued that, as personal standard-bearer, having a strong mascot in Mario is one of the major reasons that Nintendo sustained while Sega didn't.”
“And Mario is staying quiet, well you are no better than any of these thieves.”
“Years after he first came out on some of the first video games, Super Mario is beloved by kids of all ages.”
“Photos of the Penguins with the Stanley Cup in Mario Lemieux's pool were also posted.”
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