Definition of Marcher. Meaning of Marcher. Synonyms of Marcher

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Definition of Marcher

Marcher
Marcher March"er, n. [See 2d March.] The lord or officer who defended the marches or borders of a territory.

Meaning of Marcher from wikipedia

- Marcher may refer to: one who is marching one who takes part in a demonstration (political) anything pertaining to a march (territory), especially the...
- accountable to the king. Marcher lords could build castles, a jealously guarded and easily revoked Royal privilege in England. Marcher lords administered laws...
- January February March April May June July August September October November December March is the third month of the year in both the Julian and Gregorian...
- and claiming "marcher liberties". Under the Laws in Wales Acts 1535–1542 introduced under Henry VIII, the jurisdiction of the marcher lords was abolished...
- Marching refers to the organized, uniformed, steady walking forward in either rhythmic or route-step time; and, typically, it refers to overland movements...
- perform a pivot, the marcher pivots between directions over the ball of the foot on the last count instead of using a prep step. A back march may be used when...
- Marcher Radio Group Ltd, previously Marcher Sound Ltd, was a British media organisation which operated several radio stations in north Wales and north...
- on how we had to march peacefully, I knew that the march was going to be a mockery, that they were giving us something again. Marcher Beverly Alston thought...
- Award twice. March was born in Racine, Wisconsin, the son of Cora Brown Marcher (1863–1936), a schoolteacher from England, and John F. Bickel (1859–1941)...
- moderate hits "Une seule vie (marcher dans le sable)" and "Tomber" (respectively No. 30 and No. 35 in France). "Une seule vie (marcher dans le sable)" De Palmas...