Definition of Merels

1. merel [n] - See also: merel



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Merels

merd
merdes
merdivorous
merdog
mere
mere(a)
mere-
mered
mereheadite
mereiterite
merel
merell
merells
merels (current term)
merely
merenchyma
merengue
merengues
merenskyite
mereological
mereology
mereotopologies
mereotopology
mereprine
merer
meres
merese
mereses

Literary usage of Merels

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1. Observations on the Popular Antiquities of Great Britain: Chiefly by John Brand (1849)
"... three-penny morris, five-penny morris, nine-penny morris, or three-pin, jive-pin, and nine-pin morris, all corruptions of three-pin, &c., merels. ..."

2. Reports of Cases Argued and Determined in the Superior Courts of Law in the by Elihu Hall Bay (1811)
"... and sold : but that some time in the *merels°> ^e year 1778, when the British repossessed themselves of which wasta- J property * ' ken by the Georgia, ..."

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