[mer-uh-mak] /ˈmɛr əˌmæk/
a river in SE Missouri, flowing generally E to the Mississippi River below St. Louis. 207 miles (333 km) long.
/məˈrɑːnəʊ; Italian meˈraːno/ noun 1. a town and resort in NE Italy, in the foothills of the central Alps: capital of the Tyrol (12th–15th century); under Austrian rule until 1919. Pop: 33 656 (2001) German name Meran (meˈraːn)
/mɪˈræntɪ/ noun 1. wood from any of several Malaysian trees of the dipterocarpaceous genus Shorea
sad; bitter, the youngest son of Levi, born before the descent of Jacob into Egypt, and one of the seventy who accompanied him thither (Gen. 46:11; Ex. 6:16). He became the head of one of the great divisions of the Levites (Ex. 6:19). (See MERARITES.)
the descendants of Merari (Num. 26:57). They with the Gershonites and the Kohathites had charge of the tabernacle, which they had to carry from place to place (Num. 3:20, 33-37; 4:29-33). In the distribution of the oxen and waggons offered by the princes (Num. 7), Moses gave twice as many to the Merarites (four waggons […]