The name is supposed to be derived from Maris linea, and to indicate that originally the sea came up to it.
Blind old Maris of Chalcedon came and cursed him to his face.
Why do you not pardon me, as you did Maris the blind Chalcedonian?
L'cole des Maris contrasts two methods of education—one suspicious and severe, the other wisely indulgent.
Qui, diuiso cum fratre regno, Maris possessionem sortitus, regem Sclaui Scalcum maritimis copiis lacessitum oppressit.
Having incensed it, he intoned the Ave, Maris Stella, and the procession began to move.
Here, as in the cole des Maris, Molire turns to the ethics of marriage for his materials.
He returned to comedy, and brought out a piece entitled "L'Ecoledes Maris," which achieved a brilliant success.
The expression σηρικα δερματα of the author of the Periplus Maris Erythraei means skins from the silk country.
Mary, who had been called Maris Stella, the morning star, gradually assumed the symbol of the all-conquering sun.