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mar·i·time / ˈmariˌtīm/ • adj. connected with the sea, esp. in relation to seafaring commercial or military activity: a maritime museum maritime law. ∎  living or found in or near the sea: dolphins and other maritime mammals. ∎  bordering on the sea: two species of Diptera occur in the maritime Antarctic. ∎  denoting a climate that is moist and temperate owing to the influence of the sea.

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maritime XVI. — (partly through F. maritime) L. maritimus, f. mare sea (see MARINE) + -timus, as in fínitimus neighbouring, lēgitimus LEGITIMATE.

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