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Definition of Marka

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Demarkation
Demarkation De`mar*ka"tion, n. Same as Demarcation.
Markable
Markable Mark"a*ble, a. Remarkable. [Obs.] --Sandys.

Meaning of Marka from wikipedia

- Marka may refer to: Marka (river), Lower Saxony, Germany Marka, Iran, a village in South Khorasan Province Marka, Malawi a town in Nsanje District Marka...
- Serge Van Laeken (born 27 May 1961 in Watermael-Boitsfort), known as Marka, is a Belgian singer, songwriter, composer and film-maker. Serge van Laeken...
- The Marka (also Marka Dafing, Meka, or Maraka) people are a Mande people of northwest Mali. They speak the Marka, a Manding language. Muslim merchant communities...
- Waman Marka (Quechua waman falcon, marka village, also spelled Huaman Marca, Huamanmarca, Huamanmarka, Wamanmarca) may refer to: Waman Marka (Junín), a...
- Machaqa Marka or Machaq Marka (Aymara machaqa new, marka village, "new village", also spelled Machacamarca, Machajamarca) may refer to: Machacamarca (Aroma)...
- and Herzegovina convertible mark (Bosnian/Croatian/Serbian: Konvertibilna marka, Bosnian/Serbian: Конвертибилна марка; sign: KM; code: BAM) is the currency...
- Kapidan Marka Gjoni (1861–1925) was the chieftain of the Mirdita region and tribe in North Albania. He was born in Orosh. He was made Kaymakam of Mirdita...
- Inka Marka (meaning Force of the Incas) is an Australian band that plays Bolivian music. Their album Auki Auki was nominated for 2000 ARIA Award for Best...
- Marcus Aurelius Antoninus (/ɔːˈriːliəs/ ə-REE-lee-əs; 26 April 121 – 17 March 180) was a Roman emperor from 161 to 180 and a Stoic philosopher. He was...
- Machaqa Marka (Aymara machaqa new, marka village, "new village", also spelled Machacamarca) is a 3,862-metre-high (12,671 ft) mountain in the Bolivian...