mart n : an area in a town where a public mercantile establishment is set up [syn: marketplace]
- Rhymes: -ɑː(r)t
Etymology 1Ultimately from mercatus; see market.
Etymology 2Mars (stem Mart-).
- the month of March
EtymologyFrom a Germanic language
Mart may mean:
- A fair.
- a trading center, a market.
- a place where goods are sold.
- data mart.
- shoppers drug mart
- The Montachusett Regional Transit Authority(MART)
- Mart, Texas
- mArt, a local broadcasting station in Amsterdam.
- A male given name in Estonian (Mart Poom, Mart Laar) and less often in English (Mart Kenney, Mart Crowley, Mart McChesney, et al).
- Mart Museum. The Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art of Trento and Rovereto, Italy - www.mart.trento.it
- Mean Active Repair Time, corrective maintenance time for equipment reliability
- Mississippi Aerial River Transit or MART, a demolished gondola lift in New Orleans, Louisiana
mart in German: Mart
mart in Dutch: Mart
agora, auto show, bazaar, boat show, boutique, campo, chain store, co-op, commercial complex, concession, cooperative, countinghouse, country store, department store, dime store, discount house, discount store, emporium, establishment, exposition, fair, five-and-ten, flea fair, flea market, forum, general store, house, magasin, mail-order house, market, market cross, market overt, marketplace, open market, piazza, place, plaza, post, retail store, rialto, salon, shop, shopping center, shopping mall, shopping plaza, show, square, staple, store, street market, supermarket, trade fair, trading post, variety shop, variety store, warehouse, wareroom, wholesale house