[ mahr-tuh; Italian mahr-tah ]


  1. a female given name.

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Example Sentences

Hogar Santa Marta opened in August, and is one of the ministry’s initiatives.

Hogar Santa Marta’s programs have been made available to IOM in order to improve the way it views sexual diversity-related issues.

The sparks between Mike and Marta fly, or at least skitter toward one another with resolute, shuffleboard-style jauntiness.

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He did have “An Especially Good View” of many historical events, and so did his parents, Józef and Marta.

In Georgia, MARTA (the Metropolitan Atlantic Rapid Transit Authority) built a huge solar canopy at its bus depot in Decatur.

MARTA: With sacks of money and the anti-Communist tactics of your Senator Jzo-ay McCarthy.

Cast: Tricia Helfer, Michael Trucco, Marc Blucas, Alex Fernandez, Marta Milans.

His colleagues Carlos Costa, Gustavo Giombini Moser, and Marta Sierra never came back.

In 2008, the first Pacifying Police Unit (UPP) was implemented in the Santa Marta slum in Botafogo, Rio de Janeiro.

Kent heard an exclamation, and saw Marta starting toward him from behind Jandron's men.

As the man froze in instant death Kent saw that it was Marta who had struck him from behind.

Kent, with his arm across Marta's shoulders, watched the wreck-pack grow smaller behind.

Certainly Marta hated to accept so great a favor as the care of herself and her brother must represent.

The ride did not occupy half an hour, Marta naturally directing the way.