marina

[muh-ree-nuh]
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Origin of marina

1795–1805; < Italian, Spanish, noun use of feminine of marino < Latin marīnus marine

Marina

[muh-ree-nuh]
noun
  1. a town in W California.
  2. a female given name.
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Related Words for marina

berth, wharf, quay, harbor, landing, slip, pier, port, boatyard

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British Dictionary definitions for marina

marina

noun
  1. an elaborate docking facility for pleasure boats

Word Origin for marina

C19: via Italian and Spanish from Latin: marine
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Word Origin and History for marina
n.

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.

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