marri

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French[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Middle French marri, from Old French mari (grieved, sad), past participle of marir (to get angry, become distressed), from Frankish *marrijan (to hinder, prevent, make angry), from Proto-Germanic *marzijaną (to prevent, obstruct, spoil), from Proto-Indo-European *mers- (to trouble, confuse, ignore, forget). Cognate with Old High German marrjan, marren (to prevent, bother, make angry). Compare also Old French esmeriz (flustered, grieved), from the same source. More at maraud, mar.

Adjective[edit]

marri m (feminine marrie, masculine plural marris, feminine plural marries)

  1. (obsolete) flustered, angry
  2. (archaic) saddened, sad; despondent
  3. (archaic) ruthful, rueful, contrite

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