Definition of Merdes

1. merde [n] - See also: merde



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Merdes

mercury radioisotopes
mercury subsalicylate
mercury thermometer
mercury vapor lamp
mercy
mercy-killing
mercy bucket
mercy killer
mercy killers
mercy killing
mercy rule
mercy seat
mercyfull
merd
merdes (current term)
merdivorous
merdog
mere
mere(a)
mere-
mered
mereheadite
mereiterite
merel
merell
merells
merels
merely

Literary usage of Merdes

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1. Algeria: The Topography and History, Political, Social, and Natural, of by John Reynell Morell (1854)
"They went with letters of recommendation to the Sheikh of the merdes, Sidi-Mahmoud, and returned to merdes on the 23d of September. ..."

2. The London Medical Gazette (1841)
"White and Fothergill considered acute meningitis as incurable ; and, according to Dr. merdes' experience, the physician must necessarily lose two-thirds of ..."

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