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Marmalet
Marmalet Mar"ma*let`, n. See Marmalade. [Obs.]
Marmatite
Marmatite Mar"ma*tite, n. [Cf. F. marmatite.] (Min.) A ferruginous variety of shalerite or zinc blende, nearly black in color.

Meaning of Marma from wikipedia

- The Marma (Burmese: မရမာလူမျိုး) people, formerly known as Moghs or Maghs, are the second-largest ethnic community in Bangladesh's Chittagong Hill Tracts...
- Marma may refer to: Marma people, an ethnic Arakanese group in Bangladesh Marma language, of Bangladesh Marma (spider), a genus of spiders Marma (film)...
- മർമ്മവിദ്യ marmavidya, Sinhala: මාරු කල maru kalā, Telugu: marma-vidya kaḷa, Sanskrit: मर्म विद्य marma-vidya), is a Tamil traditional art of vital points. It...
- Marma (Kannada: ಮರ್ಮ) is a 2002 Indian Kannada Psychological thriller film directed by Sunil Kumar Desai. The movie presents the story of a woman who...
- Marma Veeran (transl. Mysterious Warrior) is a 1956 Tamil film written by A. L. Narayanan and directed by T. R. Raghunath and was produced by actor Sriram...
- film's music, respectively.[citation needed] The project was titled as Marma Manithan and was reported to begin shooting in Malaysia from June 2015....
- on the knowledge of marmam and is also used for marma treatment (marmachikitsa). This system of marma treatment originated from Ayurveda, as well as Siddha...
- three dialects: Sittwe–Marma (about two thirds of speakers), Ramree, and Thandwe. It is the native language of the Rakhine, Marma and Kamein peoples. There...
- the hometown of the Bohmong Chief (currently King, or Raja, U Cho Prue Marma) who is the head of the Bohmong Circle. Of the other hill districts, Rangamati...
- Asian martial arts, such as kalarippayattu, musti yuddha, silambam, and marma adi, originated in India. Chess, commonly held to have originated in India...
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