Use mara in a sentence
Origin of mara
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Borrowing from Old Norse mara, from Proto-Germanic *marÇ, cognate with Old English mare or mÃ¦re.
Borrowing from Sanskrit à¤®à¤¾à¤° (mÄra).
From New World Spanish marÃ¡.
From a Hebrew word meaning "bitterness". The modern given name may also be shortened from Maria or Tamara.
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