[murth-fuh l] /ˈmɜrθ fəl/
joyous; gay; jolly:
a mirthful laugh.
providing ; amusing:
a mirthful experience.
c.1300, from mirth + -ful. Related: Mirthfully; mirthfulness.
[murth] /mɜrθ/ noun 1. gaiety or jollity, especially when accompanied by laughter: the excitement and mirth of the holiday season. 2. amusement or laughter: He was unable to conceal his mirth. /mɜːθ/ noun 1. laughter, gaiety, or merriment adj. late 14c., from mirth + -less. Related: Mirthlessly. n. Old English myrgð “joy, pleasure,” from Proto-Germanic […]
[mahyuh r-ee] /ˈmaɪər i/ adjective, mirier, miriest. 1. of the nature of ; swampy: miry ground. 2. abounding in ; muddy. 3. covered or bespattered with . adj. late 14c., from mire (n.) + -y (2).
[murv] /mɜrv/ noun 1. . /mɜːv/ noun acronym 1. multiple independently targeted reentry vehicle
n. “nervous disorder peculiar to Siberia, in which the patient mimics everything said or done by another,” from Russian, literally “to be epileptic.” miryachit mir·ya·chit (mēr-yä’chĭt) n. A nervous disease observed in Siberia, similar to latah.