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  • mearc — f ( e/ a) 1 mark, sign, line of division; standard; 1 boundary, limit, term, border; defined area, district, province; tó þæs gemearces þe in the direction that …   Old to modern English dictionary

  • mearcþréat — m ( es/ as) army, troop …   Old to modern English dictionary

  • yrðmearc — f ( e/ a) boundary of ploughed land …   Old to modern English dictionary

  • boundary — mearc, gemære …   English to the Old English

  • mark — I. noun Etymology: Middle English, from Old English mearc boundary, march, sign; akin to Old High German marha boundary, Latin margo Date: before 12th century 1. a boundary land 2. a. (1) a conspicuous object serving as a guide for travelers (2)… …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • Rohan — This article is about a fictional place. For other uses, see Rohan (disambiguation). Rohan Place from J. R. R. Tolkien s legendarium Flag of Rohan Other names Riddermark …   Wikipedia

  • Marches — Mark from the Old English mearc and march (or various plural forms of these words) derived from the Frankish word marka ( boundary ) [ Online Etymology Dictionary ] ] , refer to a border region, e.g.… …   Wikipedia

  • March (territory) — For other uses, see March (disambiguation). A march or mark refers to a border region similar to a frontier, such as the Welsh Marches, the borderland between England and Wales. During the Frankish Carolingian Dynasty, the word spread throughout… …   Wikipedia

  • Marksbury — Coordinates: 51°21′31″N 2°28′44″W / 51.3587°N 2.4790°W / 51.3587; 2.4790 …   Wikipedia

  • Mark — Mark1 Sn Gewebe in Knochen und Pflanzenstengeln std. (8. Jh.), mhd. marc, ahd. marg, marc, as. marg Stammwort. Aus g. * mazga n. Mark , auch in anord. mergr m., ae. mearh, mærh m./n., afr. merch, merg. Dieses aus ig. * mozgho Mark , auch in ai.… …   Etymologisches Wörterbuch der deutschen sprache

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