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Maros

[muh-rawsh]
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noun
  1. Hungarian name of Mures.
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Historical Examples

  • Like a stroke of lightning he drove his knife into Maros bosom.

    Dick Merriwell Abroad

    Burt L. Standish

  • This was, in general, quite true, except that for a few days longer they still held their positions in the valley of the Maros.

  • Whoever heard of a girl on this side of the Maros being married without her farewell to maidenhood.

    A Bride of the Plains

    Baroness Emmuska Orczy

  • Mariska ultimately drowned herself in the Maros: when she no longer could stand the disgrace that pursued her everywhere.

    A Bride of the Plains

    Baroness Emmuska Orczy

  • Only from far away came the murmur of the sluggish waters of the Maros, and from its shores the call of a heron to its mate.

    A Bride of the Plains

    Baroness Emmuska Orczy


British Dictionary definitions for maros

Maros

noun
  1. the Hungarian name for the Mureş
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