[mer-ee-an-droo] /ˌmɛr iˈæn dru/
a clown; buffoon.
a joker, clown, or buffoon
“a buffoon; a zany; a jack-pudding” [Johnson], originally “mountebank’s assistant,” 1670s, from merry + masc. proper name Andrew, but there is no certain identification with an individual.
[mer-ee-belz] /ˈmɛr iˌbɛlz/ noun, plural merry-bells. 1. .
- Merry dancers
plural noun 1. (Scot) the aurora borealis
[mer-ee-goh-round] /ˈmɛr i goʊˌraʊnd/ noun 1. Also called carousel, carrousel. (in amusement parks, carnivals, etc.) a revolving, circular platform with wooden horses or other animals, benches, etc., on which people may sit or ride, usually to the accompaniment of mechanical or recorded music. 2. a rapid whirl or a busy round, as of social life […]
noun a tale that evokes joy and sadness simultaneously, a story with good and bad news