March

March, the third month of our year; was before 1752 reckoned first month as in the Roman calendar, the legal year beginning on the 25th; it is proverbially dusty and stormy, and is the season of the spring equinox; it was dedicated to the Roman god Mars, whence the name.

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Marcet, Mrs. Jane * Marchand, Major
Maranatha
Marañon
Marat, Jean Paul
Marathon
Marburg
Marceau
Marcello, Benedetto
Marcellus, Claudius
Marcellus, Marcus
Marcet, Mrs. Jane
March
Marchand, Major
Marcion
Marcus Aurelius
Maremma
Marengo
Mareotis, Lake
Margaret
Margaret
Margaret, St.
Margaret, St.

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March in Brewer’s Dictionary of Phrase & Fable

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A Lasco, John
Abauzit, Firmin
Abbot, George
Abbot, Robert
Abercromby, Sir Ralph
Achard
Acoluthus, Andrew
Adam, Nicholas-Sebastian
Adam, Robert
Aggas, Ralph
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