Did you perchance mean Mars?
American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. Any of various long-eared and long-legged cavies of the genus Dolichotis, inhabiting the scrub desert and grasslands of central and southern Argentina. Also called Patagonian hare.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The Patagonian cavy, Dolichotis patachonica. See cavy.
- n. In Hind. myth., the tempter; the spirit of evil.
- n. folklore A nightmare; a spectre or wraith-like creature in Germanic and particularly Scandinavian folklore.
- n. a rodent, scientific name Dolichotis, common in the Patagonian steppes of Argentina
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. (Hind. Myth.) The principal or ruling evil spirit.
- n. (Norse Myth.) A female demon who torments people in sleep by crouching on their chests or stomachs, or by causing terrifying visions.
- n. (Zoöl.) The Patagonian cavy, a hare-like rodent (Dolichotis patagonum or Dolichotis Patagonicus) of the pampas of Argentina.
- n. hare-like rodent of the pampas of Argentina
- n. Hindu god of death; opposite of Kama
- From Old Norse, from Proto-Germanic *marōn, cognate with Old English mare or mære (Wiktionary)
- American Spanish mará, perhaps of Araucanian origin. (American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition)
“The term mara derives from the Sanskrit root mr, to murder.”
“Elimelech, you'll never forget. later on your two sons had taken wives the bitterness you'd taste again for they lost their lives then your heart was longing for the reasons why and painful tears where falling from your eyes like winters skies, all mothers fear so all was gone except the wife of one son then you returned to the land where you were from where the curse was lifted and the town all came to see you, a woman in all her pain, you changed your name mara naomi, the bitter one mara naomi, oh your beautiful there is a plan in harvest time came a man from your husbands line”
“Our globe has fruitful valleys, but, likewise, desert plains; it has waters rich as nectar, and as sweet, but likewise springs that fitly may be termed mara; with much that is useful, our globe has much of waste.”
“mara" offers Casper economic opportunities that he wouldn't otherwise have in an environment choking with poverty.”
“She can be reached at mara. email@example.com.”
“Although director David Fincher has been keeping Mara under wraps, the fan site rooney-mara. com has published supposed photos of the Salander-ized Mara.”
“You're sitting there doing mutte maar (Masturbation) as the U.S. has us by our tatte (Testicles) and we're getting our bund mara (Our butts reamed)?”
“Write to Mara Lemos Stein at mara. firstname.lastname@example.org”
“Other species present include the mara Dolichotis patagonum, Argentine grey fox Dusicyon griseus, culpeo fox D. culpaeus and Geoffroy's cat Felis geoffroyi.”
“The college I attend has no television whatsoever, so we get all of our pop culture from the internet, including tv. — mara”
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It's an odd-looking pattern in English. Please add words if it makes you happy. :) K-POW! Wow @gulyasrobi!
Different names for Old Boy, and other demons that might possess us.
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