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marina

1

[ muh-ree-nuh ]

noun

  1. a boat basin offering dockage and other service for small craft.


Marina

2

[ muh-ree-nuh ]

noun

  1. a town in W California.
  2. a female given name.

marina

/ məˈriːnə /

noun

  1. an elaborate docking facility for pleasure boats


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Word History and Origins

Origin of marina1

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

Origin of marina1

C19: via Italian and Spanish from Latin: marine
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Example Sentences

Marina on March 24 told the Blade during a telephone interview that harassment and threats prompted her and Mavrodieva to leave their home in Ufa near the Ural Mountains.

Marina and her child had their asylum interview a month later, but Mavrodieva is still awaiting hers because she had to file her own asylum application after the divorce.

Only a few people know that Marina is with child, and we can assume the anti-reading Lady Featherington isn’t the one churning out the gossip sheets.

Despite her resentment, Pen tells Marina she would never bring scandal upon her or their family.

This month would have marked 41 years of employment for Michelle Zakopyko at the Sheraton San Diego Hotel and 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.

A tint of aqua-marina of marvellous delicacy spread a soft hue throughout the cavern.

How long did you and Marina remain in conversation at that place, position?

Where was Marina during the period you were preparing dinner?

Did you make any inquiry of Marina or of Lee Oswald as to the light having been left on?

Were you conscious that he spoke to Marina at anytime from that moment forward until you retired that evening?

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