sb. marrow, (n); marghe, mergh, merghe, (n) marȝ, (n)Variants: merowȝ, merowis, pl.Etymology: Anglo-Saxon mearh

MARY, The BLESSED VIRGIN. We admit to her the title of "Mother of
God," but protest against her being worshipped. No instance of
Divine honour being paid  her is earlier than the fifth century.
Two festivals only in the Church of England are kept in her honour,
viz., the Purification, and the Annunciation.