Origin of marina
Definition for marina (2 of 2)
Examples from the Web for marina
Artists like Marina Abramović have endorsed her performance, applauding her “willpower to stick to something no matter what.”
The only problem with this scenario is that Marina is no Silvio Berlusconi.
Nearly 70 percent of the party members said they favored Marina Berlusconi as the new party leader.
Now 47-year-old Marina Berlusconi appears to be moving into politics—that is, if the camera-shy introvert really wants the job.
At age four, her family made a life changing move to Marina Del Rey, California.
Do you know whether Marina still has them in her possession?
And his recollection was that Marina was with you at that time.Warren Commission (11 of 26): Hearings Vol. XI (of 15)|The President's Commission on the Assassination of President Kennedy
Did anything transpire on that occasion, when you were taking up Marina's and your brother's belongings?
But neither Marina nor your brother was residing in Fort Worth at that time?
And now the Marina began to wake up, and people came pouring in from all sides.Vagaries|Axel Munthe
British Dictionary definitions for marina
Word Origin for marina
Word Origin and History for marina
1805, "a promenade by the sea," from Spanish or Italian marina "shore, coast," from Latin marinus (see marine (adj.)). Meaning "dock or basin with moorings for yachts and small craft" is 1935, American English.