noun ma·ri·na \mə-ˈrē-nə\

: an area of water where privately owned boats (such as yachts) are kept

Full Definition of MARINA

:  a dock or basin providing secure moorings for pleasure boats and often offering supply, repair, and other facilities

Origin of MARINA

Italian & Spanish, seashore, from feminine of marino, adjective, marine, from Latin marinus
First Known Use: 1924


geographical name Ma·ri·na \mə-ˈrē-nə\

Definition of MARINA

city W California on Monterey Bay pop 19,718


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