Marin


Marin

Marin or Marín can refer to:

Places

People

  • Marin (name), the surname and those persons with this surname
  • Chief Marin (c. 1781-1839), a Native American chief
  • Marin Alsop (born 1956), American conductor and violinist, and music director of the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra
  • Marin Aničić (born 1989), Bosnian football player
  • Marin Barleti (c. 1450-c. 1520), Albanian historian and Catholic priest
  • Marin Boucher (1587 or 1589-1671), early settler in New France
  • Marin Ceauşescu (1916-1989), Romanian economist and diplomat, and older brother of former President Nicolae Ceauşescu
  • Marin Čilić (born 1988), Croatian professional tennis player
  • Marin Drinov (1838-1906), Bulgarian historian and philologist
  • Marin Držić (1508-1567), Croatian Renaissance playwright and prose writer
  • Marin Getaldić (1568-1626), mathematician and physicist born in Dubrovnik
  • Marin Goleminov (1908-2000), Bulgarian composer, violinist, conductor and pedagogue
  • Marin Hinkle (born 1966), actress
  • Marin Ireland, American actress
  • Marin Karmitz (born 1938), French businessman, film producer, director and distributor
  • Marin Marais (1656-1728), French Baroque music composer
  • Marin Mazzie (born 1960), American actress and singer
  • Marin Mersenne (1588-1648), French theologian, philosopher, mathematician and music theorist
  • Marin Preda (1922-1980), Romanian novelist
  • Marin Rozić (born 1983), Croatian professional basketball player
  • Marin Sais (1890–1971), American film actress
  • Marin Soljačić (born 1974), Croatian physicist and electrical engineer
  • Marin, alias of Japanese DJ Yoshinori Sunahara
  • Marin Sorescu (1936-1996), Romanian poet, playwright, and novelist, and Minister of Culture
  • Marin Skender (born 1979), Croatian football goalkeeper
Fictional characters

Other

See also

  • Saint Marinus, the founder of San Marino
  • Marina
  • Marine (disambiguation)
  • Marini (disambiguation)
  • Marino (disambiguation)

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  • Marin NE — Marin Epagnier Basisdaten Kanton: Neuenburg Bezirk: Neuchâtel …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Marín — ist der Name folgender Personen: Carolina Marín (* 1993), spanische Badmintonspielerin Francisco Marín (1920–1983), spanischer Kameramann Gladys Marín (1941–2005), chilenische Politikerin Guadalupe Marín (1895−1983), mexikanische Muse, Modell und …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • marin — MARÍN, Ă, marini, e, adj. Care ţine de mare2, care trăieşte sau creşte în mare2, care este produs de acţiunea unei mări2; caracteristic mării2, de mare2. ♦ (şi substantivat, f.) (Pictură) care înfăţişează un peisaj de mare2. ♦ Privitor la… …   Dicționar Român

  • marin — marin, ine (ma rin, ri n ) adj. 1°   Qui est de mer. Animaux marins. •   Elle est au sein des flots, la jeune Tarentine ! Son beau corps a roulé sous la vague marine, A. CHÉN. La jeune Tarentine..    Trompette marine, voy. trompette.    Sel marin …   Dictionnaire de la Langue Française d'Émile Littré

  • Marin — bezeichnet: Marin (Name), Personen mit diesem Vornamen oder Familiennamen im Meer oder unter Einfluss des Meeres, siehe Lagebezeichnungen (Geologie) Marin (Wind), einen südfranzösischen Wind Marinbikes, einen US amerikanischer Fahrradhersteller… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Marín — Drapeau Blason …   Wikipédia en Français

  • MARIN (L.) — Louis MARIN 1931 1992 Dans l’ultime ouvrage publié de son vivant, Louis Marin a voulu placer, sur la toute dernière page du dernier chapitre, une citation de Pascal dans laquelle voisinent les mots extrêmes et entre deux . Ce que disent en… …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • marin — Marin, [mar]ine. adj. Qui est de mer. Monstre marin. veau marin. loup marin. cheval marin. homme marin. conque marine. cela a le goust marin. On dit poëtiquement. Les flots marins. les Dieux marins. Il signifie aussi, Qui sert à l usage de la… …   Dictionnaire de l'Académie française

  • Marin — Fréquent en Savoie et dans le Var, c est un ancien nom de baptême très répandu dans le Sud (voir Marino). En composition : Marin dit Bertoud, Marin dit Day (73), Marin dit Vigot (76). Le nom est également courant en Espagne sous la forme Marín. À …   Noms de famille

  • mărin — mărín, măríni, s.m. (reg.) nume dat unor bube, inflamaţii purulente, unor crampe la stomac. Trimis de blaurb, 26.10.2008. Sursa: DAR  mărín s.n. – Balonare, meteorism la oameni şi la animale, atribuit de credinţa populară faptului de a fi uitat… …   Dicționar Român


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