merry-making

  • 1 MERRY MAKING — «MERRY MAKING» Sencillo de Antic Cafe del álbum Shikisai Moment Publicación Septiembre 21, 2005 Género(s) Oshare Kei Duración 5:05 Discográfica …

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  • 2 merry-making — merry ,making noun uncount OLD FASHIONED noisy fun and enjoyment …

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  • 3 merry-making — UK US noun [uncountable] old fashioned noisy fun and enjoyment Thesaurus: general words for entertainment and funhypernym types of entertainmenthyponym …

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  • 4 merry-making — N UNCOUNT Merry making is the activities of people who are enjoying themselves together in a lively way, for example by eating, drinking, or dancing. ...a time of merry making, feasting and visiting friends …

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  • 5 merry-making — n. Festival, convivial entertainment, merry bout …

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  • 6 merry-making — noun (U) literary fun and enjoyment, especially drinking, dancing, and singing merry makers noun (C) …

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  • 7 merry-making — UK / US noun [uncountable] old fashioned noisy fun and enjoyment …

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  • 8 Merry England — For other uses, see Merrie England (disambiguation). Poor little birdie teased, by the 19th century English illustrator Richard Doyle. Traditional English fairytales depicting elves, fairies and pixies are set on a Merrie England setting of… …

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  • 9 Merry Christmas II You — Studio album by Mariah Carey Released November 2, 2010 …

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  • 10 Merry Christmas, Drake & Josh — DVD cover Distributed by Nickelodeon Original Movies …

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  • 11 Merry (band) — Merry Merry at JRock Revolution in 2007 Background information Origin Tokyo, Japan Genres …

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  • 12 Merry Christmas II You — álbum de estudio de Mariah Carey Publicación 29 de octubre de 2010. Graba …

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  • 13 Merry — Mer ry, a. [Compar. {Merrier}; superl. {Merriest}.] [OE. merie, mirie, murie, merry, pleasant, AS. merge, myrige, pleasant; cf. murge, adv.; prob. akin to OHG. murg, short, Goth. gama[ u]rgjan to shorten; cf. L. murcus a coward, who cuts off his… …

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  • 14 Merry dancers — Merry Mer ry, a. [Compar. {Merrier}; superl. {Merriest}.] [OE. merie, mirie, murie, merry, pleasant, AS. merge, myrige, pleasant; cf. murge, adv.; prob. akin to OHG. murg, short, Goth. gama[ u]rgjan to shorten; cf. L. murcus a coward, who cuts… …

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  • 15 Merry men — Merry Mer ry, a. [Compar. {Merrier}; superl. {Merriest}.] [OE. merie, mirie, murie, merry, pleasant, AS. merge, myrige, pleasant; cf. murge, adv.; prob. akin to OHG. murg, short, Goth. gama[ u]rgjan to shorten; cf. L. murcus a coward, who cuts… …

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  • 16 Merry Madagascar — Directed by David Soren Produced by Joe M. Aguilar Mireille Soria Written by …

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  • 17 merry — merry, blithe, jocund, jovial, jolly mean indicating or showing high spirits or lightheartedness often in play and laughter. Merry implies a gay, cheerful temper or mood and uninhibited enjoyment of frolic, festivity, or fun of any sort {a… …

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  • 18 Merry Christmas Jakey Boy — Single by Jake Stevens from the album Released December 2006 Recorded …

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  • 19 merry — (adj.) O.E. myrge pleasing, agreeable, pleasant, sweet; pleasantly, melodiously, from P.Gmc. *murgijaz, which probably originally meant short lasting, (Cf. O.H.G. murg short, Goth. gamaurgjan to shorten ), from PIE *mreghu short (see BRIEF (Cf.… …

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  • 20 Merry Christmas from the Morse Family — Studio album by Neal Morse Released 2000 Recorded …

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