ETYM Old Eng. marras, mareis (perh. through Dutch moeras), from French marais, prob. from Latin mare sea, in Late Lat., any body of water; but perh. influenced by some German word. Related to Mere a lake, and cf. Marsh.
1. A tract of soft, wet ground; a marsh; a fen.
2. Any difficult or hopelessly complicated situation.
muški rod, aeronautika
muški rod, gramatika
ženski rod, medicina