There are 2 definitions of mariner in English:

mariner1

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Pronunciation: /ˈmarɪnə
 
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noun

chiefly archaic or literary
A sailor: the intrepid mariners of yesteryear set out to discover new worlds
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  • Perhaps these mariners were particularly skilled, sensitive to the marine environment, or just plain lucky.
  • The lake's edges are pockmarked by hundreds of steep, narrow coves that provide absolute privacy for the cruising mariner.
  • The crew responded immediately, racing to the scene and recovering the four mariners with one of the ship's small boats.
Synonyms
sailor, seaman, seafarer, seafaring man
informal Jack tar, tar, sea dog, salt, bluejacket, matelot, matlow, matlo
North American informal shellback

Origin

Middle English: from Old French marinier, from medieval Latin marinarius, from Latin marinus (see marine).

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There are 2 definitions of mariner in English:

Mariner2

Line breaks: Mari|ner
Pronunciation: /ˈmarɪnə
 
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