mares (plural noun)
  1. the female of a horse or other equine animal.
Old English mearh ‘horse’, mere ‘mare’, from a Germanic base with cognates in Celtic languages meaning ‘stallion’.
mares (plural noun)
  1. a very unpleasant or frustrating experience.
    "this week is going to be a bit of a mare but at least the end is in sight"
    ordeal · horror · torment · trial · burden · curse · bane · bogey ·
    pet hate · dread · phobia · hell · purgatory · misery · agony · torture · murder · bête noire
    • (especially in sport) a very poor performance.
      "Eboue had an absolute mare down the right hand side"
1990s: abbreviation of nightmare.
[ˈmɑːreɪ, ˈmɑːri]
maria (plural noun)
  1. a large, level basalt plain on the surface of the moon, appearing dark by contrast with highland areas.
    "the maria are largely confined to the near side of the moon" ·
    "Mare Imbrium"
mid 19th century: special use of Latin mare ‘sea’ ; these areas were once thought to be seas.
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the mare failed to tuck her hind feet up quite high enough at the last bar of the treble.
this week is going to be a bit of a mare but at least the end is in sight.
the old mare was lathered and I decided it was time for a rest.
the maria are largely confined to the near side of the moon.
Eboue had an absolute mare down the right hand side.
a Welsh pony mare, black with four white socks.
she was learning dressage on a black mare.
that crazy mare put three bullets in him.
the mare won the race by seven lengths.
he unbridled his mare and let her roam.
a sorrel mare with four white socks.
the mare gambolled towards her.
the buckskin mare stumbled.
a skittish chestnut mare.
a well-bred brood mare.
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How to say mare in other languages?
Laguages Translations
Arabic (NOUN)فرس, مير, ماري, الفرس
Bangla বড়বা
Bulgarian (NOUN)Маре, кобила
Cantonese (Traditional) 母馬
Chinese Simplified 母 马
Chinese Traditional 母 馬
Croatian (NOUN)kobila
Czech (NOUN)klisna, kobyla
Danish (NOUN)maret, hoppe
Dutch (NOUN)merrie
Estonian (NOUN)mära
Finnish (NOUN)tamma, Maren, Maressa
French (NOUN)jument, mbella
German (NOUN)Stute
Greek (NOUN)φοράδα, Μάρε
Haitian Creole manman chwal
Hebrew (NOUN)מארה, מאר, סוסה
Hindi (NOUN)घोड़ी
Hmong Daw maum nees
Hungarian (NOUN)kanca
Icelandic (NOUN)meri
Italian (NOUN)cavalla, giumenta
Japanese (NOUN)マーレ, メア, 牝馬, ロバ, マレ, マール
Korean (NOUN)
Latvian (NOUN)ķēve, ķēvi
Lithuanian (NOUN)kumelė
Persian (NOUN)دریای
Polish (NOUN)klacz
Russian (NOUN)Маре, кобыла, конематка
Serbian (Cyrillic) кобила
Serbian (Latin) kobila
Slovak (NOUN)kobyla
Slovenian (NOUN)kobila
Spanish (NOUN)yegua
Swedish (NOUN)sto, Mares, stoet
Tamil குதிரை
Telugu కుట్టు
Thai (NOUN)แมร์
Tongan hoosi
Turkish (NOUN)kısrak
Ukrainian (NOUN)Маре
Urdu گھوڑی
Welsh caseg
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