- From Scots makar. (Wiktionary)
- Middle English, variant of maker, maker, poet. (American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition)
“A panel accompanying a report on the search for a Scottish poet laureate, the makar, anticipated the decision of the judges of the 2010 TS Eliot prize, due on 24 January.”
“Since Lochhead was appointed makar "it's been bonkers", she tells me.”
“Last week too, Liz Lochhead was appointed Scotland's makar.”
“Liz Lochhead , the Scottish makar national poet; and the Cambridge professor of children's poetry Morag Styles.”
“REFREN REMI: može se - samo pitaj dok drugi šute možeš sve - gledaj pred sebe ne skreći s rute bori se - sve do posljednje minute gle - ako si luzer pojest će te može se - jer znaš da gore nemre ispast ne daj se - makar te ego vodi u napast bori se - tvoje je tvoje, neće to ukrast gle - ako si luzer pojest će te”
“Human Rights Watch has long expressed concerns over anti-separatist sweeps by the police, which often result in individuals who peacefully express support for independence being arrested and detained on charges of treason or rebellion (makar).”
“Poetry News: STIRLING Council has appointed writer, poet and performer Magi Gibson as the city's makar, who will promote poetry throughout the area for the next three years.”
“I have a tula rashi & makar lagna with saturn in my 7th house ... what will be the effect of sadey sati to me? en Español”
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