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Marte m. (Noun) (deity) "Mars;" (planet) "Mars"
17th cent. From Latin Martem, accusative of Mars, the Roman god of war. Note Old Latin mamartei "to Mars" found on the Lapis Satricanus. Of unknown origin.
Indo-European
Italic
Oscan μαμερτει (mamertei) "to Mars," Umbrian marte 'id.'