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From Middle English mare, mere "mare" from Old English mere, miere "mare, female horse" from Proto-Germanic *márxiō(n) (female horse) from Proto-Indo-European *mark(')- (horse). Akin to Old High German meriha "mare, female horse" (German Mähre "mare"), Old Norse merr "mare, female horse" (Danish mær "mare"), Old English mearh "male horse, steed".

Alternative etymology cites derivation via Old English mere, miere, from Proto-Germanic *marxjōn (cf. Dutch merrie, German Mähre), from *marxaz 'horse' (cf. Old English mearh), from Patrono:Cel-gau[[Category:Patrono:Cel-gau derivations|Mare]] markos (cf. Patrono:Cy march), from Iranian marikas (cf. Old Persian marikas 'male, manly'), from maryas (cf. Avestan mairya 'man; male animal'); akin to Sanskrit máryas 'young man; stallion'. More at marry.

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Mare (plural Mares)
  1. An adult female horse.
  2. Patrono:UK A foolish woman.
    • 2007, Hester Browne, Little Lady, Big Apple
    The silly mare phoned your mother, talking about applying for a mortgage, and we don't want that, do we?
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Middle English mare, from Old English mera, mære, from Proto-Germanic *marōn (nightmare, incubus) (cf. Dutch (dial.) mare, German (dial.) Mahr, Old Norse mara ( > Danish mare, Swedish mara 'incubus, nightmare')), from Proto-Indo-European *mor- (feminine evil spirit). Akin to Old Irish Morrígain 'elf queen', Polish zmora 'nightmare', Czech mura 'nightmare, moth'.

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Mare (plural Mares)
  1. (now obsolete Patrono:Context 5) A type of evil spirit thought to sit on the chest of a sleeping person; also the feeling of suffocation felt during sleep; a nightmare.
  2. Patrono:UK (Shortening of nightmare) A nightmare; a frustrating or terrible experience.
    I'm having a complete mare today.
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From Latin mare (sea).

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Mare (plural maria)
  1. Patrono:Planetology A dark, large circular plain; a “sea”.
  2. Patrono:Planetology On Saturn's moon Titan, a large expanse of what is thought to be liquid hydrocarbons.

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From Latin mater.

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mare f.

  1. mother

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mare m.

  1. sea

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From Old Norse mara.

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Mare c. (singular definite Maren, plural indefinite Marer)

  1. incubus, succubus

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mare f. (plural: maren, diminutive: maartje)

  1. (formal) message, report, story
  2. (formal) rumor
  3. depression in non-volcanic stone, cf maar

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Middle French mare from Old French mare, of Patrono:Gem[[Category:fr:Patrono:Gem derivations|Mare]] origin, from Old Norse marr (lake, sea, pool) from Proto-Germanic *mariz (lake, sea) from Proto-Indo-European *mari-, mori- (marsh, lake, sea). Akin to Old High German meri "lake, sea" (German Meer), Old Saxon meri, Old English mere "pond, pool, mere" (Patrono:Eng [[mere#Patrono:Eng|mere]]).

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Mare f. (plural Mares)

  1. puddle
  2. pool

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mare m. (plural mari)

  1. sea

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From Proto-Indo-European *móri.

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mare (genitive maris); n, third declension

  1. sea

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nominative mare maria
genitive maris marium
dative marī maribus
accusative mare maria
ablative marī maribus
vocative mare maria

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mare m.

  1. ablative singular of mas (man).

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Proto-Germanic *maron-.

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Mare f.

  1. nightmare, evil spirit

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nominative mare maran
accusative maran maran
genitive maran marena
dative maran marum

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Latin mare

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  • IPA: [ˈmare]

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Mare 2 nom/acc forms

  1. big, large, great

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Mare f. (plural mări)

  1. sea

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mare

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