[mer-uh-mak] /ˈmɛr əˌmæk/
a warship (originally the Union steamer Merrimack) that the Confederates converted into an ironclad, renamed the Virginia, and used against the Monitor in 1862 in the first battle between ironclads.
[mer-uh-mak] /ˈmɛr əˌmæk/ noun 1. a town in S New Hampshire. 2. a river in central New Hampshire and NE Massachusetts, flowing S and NE to the Atlantic. 110 miles (175 km) long.
[mer-i-muh nt] /ˈmɛr ɪ mənt/ noun 1. cheerful or joyful gaiety; mirth; hilarity; laughter. 2. Obsolete. a cause of mirth; a jest, entertainment, etc. /ˈmɛrɪmənt/ noun 1. gaiety, fun, or mirth n. 1570s, “comedic entertainment,” from merry + -ment. General sense of “mirth” is from 1580s.
[mer-it] /ˈmɛr ɪt/ noun 1. a town in E Florida.
[mer-ee] /ˈmɛr i/ adjective, merrier, merriest. 1. full of cheerfulness or gaiety; joyous in disposition or spirit: a merry little man. 2. laughingly happy; mirthful; festively joyous; hilarious: a merry time at the party. 3. Archaic. causing happiness; pleasant; delightful. Idioms 4. make merry, [mer-ee] /ˈmɛr i/ noun 1. a female given name. /ˈmɛrɪ/ adjective […]