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Mare is the Latin word that means sea; the plural is maria

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What latin word is used to refer to the lunar seas?

Mare is the Latin word that means sea; the plural is maria

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There are large vast plains on the moon covered by lava. ancient people thought they were seas and named them?

The general scientific name used for these today is "Lunar maria", which is Latin-ish for "moon seas". Smaller similar features have traditional names that include terms like "Sinus" (bay), "Lacus" (lake), or "Palus" (marsh) rather than "Mare" (sea). There's also one (Oceanus Procellarum) whose name means "Ocean of Storms". However, the general term is "maria" (Latin plurals are kind of weird).

What are dark area on moon caused by lava flow called?

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