What is mare?

  • (noun): A dark region of considerable extent on the surface of the moon.
    Synonyms: maria
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Mare

A mare is an adult female horse or other equine.

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List Of Islands Of Romania
... Balta Ialomiţei Insula Ada Kaleh Insula Ceaplace Insula Golu Insula Mare a Brăilei Insula Mică a Brăilei Insula Moldova Veche Insula Popina Insula Sacalinu Mic Insula Sacalinu Mare Insula ...
History - Mare Clausum Versus Mare Liberum
... In the The Free Sea (Mare Liberum) ... his arguments, the international situation demanded an end to the Mare clausum policy, and freedom of the seas as an essential condition for the development of ... In Mare clausum (1635) John Selden coined the term, endeavoring to prove that the sea was in practice virtually as capable of appropriation as terrestrial territory ...
Mare Clausum
... Mare clausum (legal latin meaning "closed sea") is a term used in international law to mention a sea, ocean or other navigable body of water under the jurisdiction of a ... Mare clausum is an exception to mare liberum (latin for "free sea"), meaning a sea that is open to navigation to ships of all nations ... national jurisdiction are open to navigation by all and referred to as "high seas" or mare liberum ...
Dumbrava, Timiş
... seat) Lugoj Towns Buziaș Ciacova Deta Făget Gătaia Jimbolia Recaș Sânnicolau Mare Communes Balinț Banloc Bara Bârna Beba Veche Becicherecu Mic Belinț Bethausen Biled Birda Bogda Boldur Brestov ...
Mare - Etymology
... The word mare, meaning "female horse," took several forms prior to A.D ... One possible derived term is a mare's nest, an expression for "excitement over something which does not exist" The term nightmare, is not directly connected ...

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Famous quotes containing the word mare:

    Damn me, what a misery it is to have daughters when a man has a good mare and dogs.
    John Osborne (1929–1994)

    for beauty with sorrow
    Is a burden hard to be borne:
    The evening light on the foam, and the swans, there;
    That music, remote, forlorn.
    —Walter De La Mare (1873–1956)

    Slowly, silently, now the moon
    Walks the night in her silver shoon;
    —Walter De La Mare (1873–1956)