Etymologymarault: a vagabond through French.
- Someone who moves about in roving fashion looking for plunder. (e.g. a band of marauders)
- A band of outlaws who raids and pillages.
- By extension anything which marauds.
Someone who moves about in roving fashion looking for plunder
A band of outlaws who raids and pillages
By extension anything which marauds
- Finnish: rosvo
A marauder is a member of one of the sides of a war raiding for pillage, or roving around carrying out violent attacks. While "marauder" is most often used in the context of war, there is no clear-cut division between it and "robber", and in many contexts the two can be regarded as synonymous.
Marauder can also mean:
- MARAUDER, a US government fusion project.
- Marauder Bomber, a fictional bomber
- Marauder Cars, a British sports car company.
- Mercury Marauder, a car
- "The Marauder's Map", a magical map in the Harry Potter books
- B-26 Marauder, a bomber aircraft
- Midnight Marauders, an album
- Starship Troopers: Marauder, a film
- D'Kora class starship, a fictional Star Trek starship
- Battlemechs, named MAD-XX Marauders in the Battletech game
- Merauder, a death metal group
- Dark side marauder, a fictional character type from the Star Wars Expanded Universe
- Night Marauders, a song by the metal band 3 Inches of Blood
- Marauder, Antelope Valley College(Brooke's Dream School) Mascot
- Marauder, a motorcycle model serie from Suzuki
- Marauder, a playable alien creature in the video game Tremulous.
marauder in German: Marodeur
marauder in Spanish: Bandolero
marauder in Japanese: マローダー