- From Latin Martha, from Ancient Greek Μαρθα (Martha), from Aramaic מרתא (martā) "the mistress", from מרה (MRH) "mistress", feminine of מרי (MRY) "master". (Wiktionary)
“JENNIFER, CONTESTANT, "THE APPRENTICE: MARTHA STEWART": Before I ` d ever met Martha I thought she was a very serious, forward-thinking businesswoman, no nonsense.”
“Ever since, Mr. Move has had to label all Martha@ paraphernalia with a disclaimer: "This is in no way connected to or sponsored by the Martha Graham Entities.”
“Shortly before Mr. Move's first performance of Martha@, he received a cease-and-desist order from Ron Protas, Martha Graham's estate holder-himself no stranger to controversy when it comes to Graham.”
“JOHN MOXLEY, MARTHA MOXLEY'S BROTHER: I know now who killed Martha.”
“ACTRESS PLAYING MARTHA STEWART: Although, Martha, without any snow outside Christmas isn't Christmas.”
“On her right a girl with shoulder-length brown hair wore a pink headband with the name Martha embroidered on it in green.”
“Which might also explain why no one had recognized the name Martha Turner.”
“Yet when Layne finally did run across it, the name Martha Turner nearly leaped off the page at her.”
“Kelly and her friend, CM, who is barely an acquaintance of mine, had attempted to hide behind the name Martha, my mother-in-law's name.”
“They then sailed southward and visited a headland which they named Cape Cod, a small island now "No Man's Land," which they called Martha's Vineyard (a name since transferred to the larger island farther north), and the group called the Elizabeth Islands.”
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