Examples from the Web for martha
As noted by Judge Martha Craig Daughtrey in dissent, this is an outrageous position.
The comparison prompted Kelly to release the terse statement: “Martha McSally is no Gabby Giffords.”
He had his wife, Martha, inoculated in Philadelphia, and she came through the process healthy.
Martha Plimpton plays their daughter, coming home after problems in her fourth marriage.Fall Broadway Preview: 'This Is Our Youth,' Bradley Cooper as ‘The Elephant Man,' and More|Janice Kaplan|September 11, 2014|DAILY BEAST
While we know that Washington married Martha Custis, a young widow, in 1759, we have no intimate details about this partnership.
Martha Phipps, sitting next to Galusha, stirred and uttered an impatient exclamation under her breath.Galusha the Magnificent|Joseph C. Lincoln
Under the weight of this imminent secret, the Princess Martha could neither eat nor sleep.Beauty and The Beast, and Tales From Home|Bayard Taylor
Another month was Nor, and that was a part of the name of the scientific journal Martha had found.Omnilingual|H. Beam Piper
But now there was only "father," and with him it was straight "Martha Matilda," spoken a little brusquely, but never unkindly.The Transformation of Job|Frederick Vining Fisher
Then Martha banged the front door, and another servant appeared in the hall to help the trunk on its way upstairs.Hilda Lessways|Arnold Bennett
British Dictionary definitions for martha
Word Origin and History for martha
fem. proper name, from Aramaic Maretha, literally "lady, mistress," fem. of mar, mara "lord, master." As the type name of one concerned with domestic affairs, it is from Luke x:40, 41. Martha's Vineyard discovered 1602 by English explorer Gabriel Archer and apparently named by him, but the identity of the Martha he had in mind is unknown now.