Definition of Marinera

1. a Peruvian folk-dance [n -S]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Marinera

marine iguana
marine infantries
marine infantry
marine mine
marine museum
marine mussel
marine soap
marine stinger
marine toad
marine toxins
marine turtle
marined
marinellite
mariner
marinera (current term)
marineras
mariners
marinership
marines
marinescape
marinescapes
marinobufagin
marinobufotoxin
marinol
marinorama
marinoramas
marionberries
marionberry
marionette

Literary usage of Marinera

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1. Bloss's Ancient History: Illustrated by Colored Maps, and Arranged to by Celestia Angenette Bloss (1845)
"Trace the Phenician marinera round Africa. Trace IS" echo through Palestine to Assyria. CHAPTER XVII. 600. JOSEPH. ..."

2. Original Letters Illustrative of English History: Including Numerous Royal by Henry Ellis (1846)
"Walsh est maistr iij. marinera, c.9 La Nief appellee Le ... viij.d La Barge appellee La Petite Trinite dont Joh'n Piers est maistr. . . iij. marinera. ..."

3. The Encyclopaedia Britannica: A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, and General by Thomas Spencer Baynes (1888)
"marinera. vj. Manners. TJ. Marinen, vj. Marinen, vj. Marinen. vj. marinera, vj. marinera. The remainder, to the masters of which pensiona were thus granted, ..."

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