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Pronunciation: /ˈmɛːri
 
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Mother of Jesus; known as the (Blessed) Virgin Mary, or St Mary, or Our Lady. According to the Gospels she was a virgin betrothed to Joseph and conceived Jesus by the power of the Holy Spirit. She has been venerated by Catholic and Orthodox Churches from the earliest Christian times. Feast days, 1 January (Roman Catholic Church), 25 March (Annunciation), 15 August (Assumption), 8 September (Nativity), 8 December (Immaculate Conception).

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Pronunciation: ˈgʌz(ə)l
verb
eat or drink (something) greedily

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1The name of two queens of England:
1.1 Mary I ( 1516–58), daughter of Henry VIII, reigned 1553-8; known as Mary Tudor or Bloody Mary. In an attempt to reverse the country’s turn towards Protestantism she instigated the series of religious persecutions by which she earned her nickname.
1.2 Mary II ( 1662–94), daughter of James II, reigned 1689–94. Having been invited to replace her Catholic father on the throne after his deposition in 1689, she insisted that her husband, William of Orange, be crowned along with her.

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noun (plural Maries)

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An Aboriginal woman.

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