Definition for MAR'ISH

MAR'ISH, n. [Fr. marais; Sax. mersc; D. moeras; G. morast; from L. mare, W. mor, the sea.]

Low ground, wet or covered with water and coarse grass; a fen; a bog; a moor. It is now written Marsh, – which see. Sandys. Milton.

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