(Mercurius) died a.d. 535, Italian ecclesiastic: pope 533–535.
called the Good. 1319–64, king of France (1350–64): captured by the English at Poitiers (1356) and forced to sign treaties (1360) surrendering SW France to England
called the Perfect. 1455–95, king of Portugal (1481–95): sponsored Portuguese expansion in the New World and reduced the power of the aristocracy
surnamed Casimir Vasa. 1609–72, king of Poland (1648–68), who lost much territory to neighbouring countries: abdicated
the Hermes (i.e., “the speaker”) of the Greeks (Acts 14:12), a heathen God represented as the constant attendant of Jupiter, and the god of eloquence. The inhabitants of Lystra took Paul for this god because he was the “chief speaker.”
[mur-kyuh-rahyz] /ˈmɜr kyəˌraɪz/ verb (used with object), mercurized, mercurizing. 1. (def 2).
1. a combining form representing in compound words: mercurify.
[mer-kyoo r-uh-krohm] /mərˈkyʊər əˌkroʊm/ Pharmacology, Trademark. 1. a brand of . /məˈkjʊərəˌkrəʊm/ noun 1. trademark a solution of merbromin, used as a topical antibacterial agent Mercurochrome Mer·cu·ro·chrome (mər-kyur’ə-krōm’) A trademark used for a solution of merbromin.
[mer-kyoo r-uh s, mur-kyer-uh s] /mərˈkyʊər əs, ˈmɜr kyər əs/ adjective, Chemistry. 1. containing univalent , Hg +1 or Hg 2 +2 . /ˈmɜːkjʊrəs/ adjective 1. of or containing mercury in the monovalent state; denoting a mercury(I) compound. Mercurous salts contain the divalent ion Hg²2+ mercurous mer·cu·rous (mər-kyur’əs, mûr’kyər-əs) adj. Relating to or containing mercury, […]