Definition of Marting

1. Verb. (present participle of mart) ¹



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Definition of Marting

1. mart [v] - See also: mart

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Marting

martiality
martialize
martialized
martializes
martializing
martially
martialness
martians
martin
martinet
martineta
martinetas
martinetism
martinetisms
martinets
marting (current term)
martingal
martingale
martingales
martingals
martini
martinique
martinis
martinmas
martins
martite
martites
martius yellow
martlet
martlets

Literary usage of Marting

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Oyster Bay Town Records by Oyster Bay (N.Y.), John Cox, George William Cocks, Daniel Underhill (1916)
"... unto Thomas marting of Oyster Bay, halfe of my home lott, ye North Side, & also halfe of ... Thomas marting his haires & assign in his or theare quiet ..."

2. Eagles of the RAF: The World War II Eagle Squadrons by Philip D. Caine (1994)
"Letter, Harold marting to Lenore marting, undated. (Copy in the author's files.) HF marting, "I Escape," American Magazine, Date and edition unknown. ..."

3. Gold Star Honor Roll: A Record of Indiana Men and Women who Died in the by Indiana Historical Commission (1921)
"Buried in Crown Hill Cemetery, Indianapolis, Ind. marting, EDWARD JULIUS ... Survived by widow, Loretta marting, and daughter, Frances Laura, Holton, ..."

4. Cyclopedia of the Law of Private Corporations by William Meade Fletcher (1917)
"marting Iron & Steel Co., 127 Fed. 32. The sale should be vacated where there was an agreement between the trustee, temporary receivers, and certain third ..."

5. Representative Men of Ohio, 1896-97 by James Kazerta Mercer, C. N. Vallandigham (1896)
"Henry A. marting. COLONEL marting, aid-de-camp on the staff of Governor Bushnell, and one of the best known men in southern Ohio, was born in that section ..."

6. "Cape Times" Law Reports: A Record of Every Matter Disposed of in the by Cape of Good Hope (South Africa). Supreme Court (1905)
"The testatrix had, as lawful issue born in wedlock, six children, of whom (a) four were alive at the time of her death, namely: (1) Wilhelmina marting. ..."

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