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1march

noun \ˈmärch\

Definition of MARCH

:  a border region :  frontier; especially :  a district originally set up to defend a boundary —usually used in plural <the Welsh marches>

Origin of MARCH

Middle English marche, from Anglo-French, of Germanic origin; akin to Old High German marha boundary — more at mark
First Known Use: 14th century

Rhymes with MARCH

2march

verb

Definition of MARCH

intransitive verb
:  to have common borders or frontiers <a region that marches with Canada in the north and the Pacific in the west>

First Known Use of MARCH

14th century

3march

verb \ˈmärch, imperatively often ˈhärch in the military\

Definition of MARCH

intransitive verb
1
:  to move along steadily usually with a rhythmic stride and in step with others
2
a :  to move in a direct purposeful manner :  proceed
b :  to make steady progress :  advance <time marches on>
3
:  to stand in orderly array suggestive of marching
transitive verb
1
:  to cause to march <marched the children off to bed>
2
:  to cover by marching :  traverse <marched 10 miles>

Origin of MARCH

Middle English, from Middle French marchier to trample, march, from Old French, to trample, probably of Germanic origin; akin to Old High German marcōn to mark
First Known Use: 15th century

4march

noun \ˈmärch\

Definition of MARCH

1
:  a musical composition that is usually in duple or quadruple time with a strongly accentuated beat and that is designed or suitable to accompany marching
2
a (1) :  the action of marching (2) :  the distance covered within a specific period of time by marching (3) :  a regular measured stride or rhythmic step used in marching
b :  forward movement :  progress <the march of a movie toward the climax>
3
:  an organized procession of demonstrators who are supporting or protesting something
march·like \-ˌlīk\ adjective
on the march
:  moving steadily :  advancing

First Known Use of MARCH

circa 1572

Other Music Terms

cacophony, chorister, concerto, counterpoint, madrigal, obbligato, presto, presto, refrain, riff, segue

March

noun \ˈmärch\

: the third month of the year

Full Definition of MARCH

:  the third month of the Gregorian calendar

Origin of MARCH

Middle English, from Anglo-French, from Latin martius, from martius of Mars, from Mart-, Mars
First Known Use: 13th century

Other Calendar Terms

antedate, estival, gloaming, luster, sesquicentennial

Rhymes with MARCH

march

noun \ˈmärch\   (Medical Dictionary)

Medical Definition of MARCH

:  the progression of epileptic activity through the motor centers of the cerebral cortex that is manifested in localized convulsions in first one and then an adjacent part of the body <the Jacksonian march of convulsions>

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