Definition of Martha in English:

Martha

Line breaks: Mar¦tha
Pronunciation: /ˈmɑːθə
 
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1(In the New Testament) the sister of Lazarus and Mary and friend of Jesus (Luke 10:40).
1.1 (as noun a Martha) A woman who keeps herself very busy with domestic affairs.
More example sentences
  • But that's just details - and, as has long been a source of frustration with the Marthas of this world, we're never much interested in the details.
  • She sometimes talks with the Marthas in the house.
  • All kinds of people were invited, geeks, preps, cheerleaders, dancers, jocks, the drama club, and the Marthas.

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