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A mare is a female horse.
Mare is the Latin word for "sea".
Mare may also refer to:
- Ahmed Marzooq (also known as just Mare; born 1976), Maldivian football player and manager
- Olindo Mare (born 1973), American football player
- Walter de la Mare (1873–1956), English poet and writer
- Given name
- Mare Kandre (1962–2005), Swedish writer of Estonian origin
- Mare Tommingas (born 1959), Estonian ballet dancer and choreographer
- Mare Winningham (born 1959), American actress and singer
- Maré, a commune in the Loyalty Islands of New Caledonia
- Maré Island, the second-largest of the Loyalty Islands
- Maire, Netherlands, also known as Mare, former village in Zeeland, Netherlands
- Märe, a mountain in the Bernese Alps in Switzerland
- Maré, Rio de Janeiro, a favela in Rio, Brazil
- Weston-super-Mare, a town in North Somerset, England
- Mare', a town in Syria
- Baia Mare, a municipality in Romania
- Sânnicolau Mare, town in Timiş County, Romania
- Satu Mare County, is a county (judeţ) in Romania
- Vânju Mare, a town in Mehedinţi County, Romania
- Târnava Mare River, a river in Romania
- Someşul Mare River, a river in Romania
- Mare Nostrum, another name for the Mediterranean Sea
- Kraken Mare, a large body of liquid on Saturn's moon Titan
- Lunar mare, a basaltic plain on Earth's moon
- Mare (band), an experimental band on Hydra Head Records
- "Mare" (Diamá Song), 2014 song by Diamá
- "Mare", a song by The Black Eyed Peas from their album The E.N.D.
- Mare (folklore), a goblin of Germanic folklore
- Mare's Leg, or Mare's Laig, a pistol first used in the fictional television series Wanted: Dead or Alive
- Mare (TV series), Japanese television drama
- Mares (disambiguation)
- Mare Island (disambiguation)
- Satu Mare (disambiguation)
- Valea Mare (disambiguation)
- Mayor, a head of a town, district, city, etc.
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