Definition of Marsi in English:

Marsi

noun

  • Treated as plural. An Oscan-Umbrian people who lived near the Fucine Lake in central Italy.

Origin

Late 16th century. From classical Latin Marsī, probably based on Mārt-, Mārs.

Pronunciation

Marsi

/ˈmɑːsʌɪ//ˈmɑːsiː/