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Webster's Dictionary [1]

(1): ( a.) Belonging to war, or to an army and navy; - opposed to civil; as, martial law; a court-martial.

(2): ( a.) Practiced in, or inclined to, war; warlike; brave.

(3): ( a.) Pertaining to, or resembling, the god, or the planet, Mars.

(4): ( a.) Of, pertaining to, or suited for, war; military; as, martial music; a martial appearance.

(5): ( a.) Pertaining to, or containing, iron; chalybeate; as, martial preparations.

The Nuttall Encyclopedia [2]

A Latin poet, born at Bilbilis, in Spain; went to Rome, stayed there, favoured of the emperors Titus and Domitian, for 35 years, and then returned to his native city, where he wrote his Epigrammata, a collection of short poems over 1500 in number, divided into 14 books, books xiii. and xiv. being entitled respectively Xenia and Apophoreta; these epigrams are distinguished for their wit, diction, and indecency, but are valuable for the light they shed on the manners of Rome at the period (43-104).