Look up mark in Wiktionary, the free dictionary. Contents 1 Currency, 2 Geography, 3 Measurement, 4 Mythology, 5 Sports, 6 Surgery, 7 Technology, 8 Other, 9 See also, Mark may refer to: Mark (given name), a male given name, Mark (surname), Mark (nickname), a nickname for marcus, Currency: Mark (money), a unit of currency in various countries German gold mark, coinage of the German Empire from 1873 to 1914, German Papiermark, German coinage from 1914 to 1929, Rentenmark, German temporary currency 1923 to 1924, German Reichsmark, German coinage from 1924 to 1948, Deutsche Mark, official currency of Germany from 1948 to 2001, East German Mark, official currency of the German Democratic Republic from 1948 to 1990, Polish marka, Polish currency from 1917 to 1924, Finnish markka, mark in Swedish, official currency of Finland from 1860 to 2001, Bosnia and Herzegovina konvertibilna marka, Estonian mark, Estonian currency from 1919 to 1928, , Geography: Mark, or marches, the border territory of a country, Baruth/Mark, a village in the Teltow-Fläming district of Brandenburg, Germany, situated 24 km east of Luckenwalde, and 53 km south of Berlin, County of Mark, a county of the Holy Roman Empire, Mark (Dender), a river in Belgium, tributary of the Dender, Mark (Dintel) a river in Belgium and the Netherlands, also known as the Dintel, Mark Hundred in Sweden, Mark Municipality in Sweden, Mark, Somerset, a village in Somerset, United Kingdom, Mark, Illinois, a village in the United States, Measurement: Mark (mass), an archaic European unit of weight whose use for precious metal gave rise to the currencies, Mark, a grade awarded to students' work, Mythology: Mark of Cornwall, a figure from Arthurian legend, Mark, a satyr, a legend in Ancient Greece, regarded as a god in Thebes, Mark of Cain, from a religious story, Gospel of Mark, one of the books of the Bible, Secret Gospel of Mark, an apocryphal gospel, Mark the Evangelist (Saint Mark), Mark of the Beast, a sign or number mentioned in the Book of Revelation, Pope Mark, short-lived pope who reigned during the year 336, St Mark's Basilica, the most famous of the churches of Venice and an example of Byzantine architecture, Sports: A clean catch from a kick by another player resulting in a free kick in some varieties of football Mark (Australian football), Mark (rugby), , Surgery: Mini Asymmetric Radial Keratotomy (M.A.R.K.), eye surgery procedure, Technology: Harvard Mark I, the first large-scale automatic digital computer in the USA, Mark (designation), level of development, Mark frequency, extreme discrete value of frequency-shift keying, Other: Beauty mark, dark mole on the face or other part of the body that is considered to be attractive, Tick (check mark), Diacritical mark, mark added to a letter to alter a word's pronunciation or to distinguish between similar words, Mark of Rohan, fictional realm in J. R. R. Tolkien's fantasy era of Middle-earth, Merchant's Mark, Makers mark (stamp) or marking to signify maker of an object, used in ceramic art and other areas, Hallmark, to identify maker and date of item made of precious metal, Sea mark, pilotage aid which identifies the approximate position of a maritime channel, hazard and administrative area, Tread mark (disambiguation), various meanings, Skid mark, a mark left by a tire tread during a skid, The intended victim of a confidence trick, "Mark", a song from Change Giver by Shed Seven

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