Marias


Marias

Marias [muh-rahy-uh s] Examples noun

  1. a river in NW Montana, flowing SE to the Missouri River. 210 miles (338 km) long.

Maria 1[muh-ree-uh] noun

  1. calaba.

Origin of Maria 1Shortening of Santa Maria. Maria 2[muh-ree-uh, -rahy-uh; Dutch, German, Italian, Spanish mah-ree-ah] noun

  1. a female given name, form of Mary.

Examples from the Web for marias Historical Examples of marias

  • They all hurried into the canoes and dropped down to the mouth of the Marias.

    The Young Alaskans on the Missouri

    Emerson Hough

  • But Marias grandmother had used it for many years, and it had a lock.

    A Lady of Rome

    F. Marion Crawford

  • Marias hand had closed upon the precious packet while he spoke.

    A Lady of Rome

    F. Marion Crawford

  • One man, name unknown, was found dead near the Marias in 1875.

    Then and Now

    Robert Vaughn

  • The houses at the mouth of the Marias were burned after the company moved to Brule bottom.

    Then and Now

    Robert Vaughn

  • British Dictionary definitions for marias maria noun

    1. the plural of mare 2

    Word Origin and History for marias Maria

    fem. proper name, from Late Latin; see Mary.

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