- marsupial mole,
- marsupial mouse,
- martaban, gulf of,
- martagon lily
Origin of mart1
noun Scot. and North England.
Origin of mart2
Examples from the Web for mart
At the opening-night party, Mart Crowley saw Mae West sitting alone, except for the company of two musclemen bodyguards.
And, indeed, Mart soon found that he need spend no worry over leaving wounded fish to flounder out their lives.The Pirate Shark|Elliott Whitney
Shragh and mart were yearly exactions in money and kine respectively, apparently imposed at the will of the chief.Ireland under the Tudors, Volume I (of II)|Richard Bagwell
His friendship with Martial (whom, however, he does not mention) is shown by Mart.The Student's Companion to Latin Authors|George Middleton
Word Origin for mart
"market, gathering for buying and selling," mid-15c., from Middle Dutch markt, from Latin mercatus "trade" (see market).