an inn formerly located on Bread Street, Cheapside, in the heart of old London: a meeting place and informal club for Elizabethan playwrights and poets.
noun 1. any of several North American, aquatic plants of the genus Proserpinaca, having pinnately dissected leaves either above or below the water.
[mur-man] /ˈmɜrˌmæn/ noun, plural mermen. 1. (in folklore) a male marine creature, having the head, torso, and arms of a man and the tail of a fish. 2. a highly skilled male swimmer. [mur-muh n] /ˈmɜr mən/ noun 1. Ethel (Ethel Agnes Zimmerman) 1909–84, U.S. singer, musical comedy star, and actress. /ˈmɜːˌmæn/ noun (pl) -men […]
[mer-nep-tah, mer-nep-tah] /ˈmɛr nɛpˌtɑ, mərˈnɛp tɑ/ noun 1. king of ancient Egypt c1225–c1215 b.c. (son of Ramses II).
1. a combining form meaning “part,” “partial,” used in the formation of compound words: merogony. combining form 1. part or partial: merocrine before vowels mer-, word-forming element meaning “part, partial, fraction,” from comb. form of Greek meros “part, fraction” (see merit (n.)). mero- or mer- pref.