Definition funny of Merin:

urbanA rare female name derived from the Welsh language meaning white wave. German variant of Maria, the Latin form of Mary, which is derived from the Hebrew Miryām (sea of bitterness, sea of sorrow). There is much debate over the meaning of the name, however. While "sea of bitterness or sorrow" seems to be the most probable, some sources give the alternative definitions of "rebellion," "wished-for child," and "mistress or lady of the sea." Can be a derivative of Mercedes which means Mercy in Spanish. Recently been given a new association with a woman being divalicious.

urbanWow! That girl is sooo Merin!

urbanIs also a nickname for Mercedes Benz.

urbanI took out my merin for a spin


Songs about Merin:

songsA O M'erin J'Oba by Lagbaja from the Album WE

songsBitch Merin by R2O from the Album Bitch Merin

songsMerin Ilam Poove by K. S. Chithra from the Album Thouheed

songsNa merin' by Jordan B from the Album Wah dema chi fido

songsOhun Merin by Beautiful Nubia and the Roots Renaissance Band from the Album Sun No Dey Sleep

songsOdun Merin by Alhaji Ibraheem Labaika from the Album 4 Years (Odun Merin)


Books about Merin:

booksThe Cave of Visions: Book Two of The Legends of Chyron (The Merins of Chyron) by Pauline A. Harris (May 9, 2012)

booksContemporary Authors: Biography - Bihalji-Merin, Oto (1904-1993) (Mar 8, 2005)

booksSivyy Merin (2012)

booksMerin and Shari A Boy and Girl of Mongolia. by Edith A. Sawyer (1938)

booksMerin and Shari,: A boy and girl of Mongolia, by Edith A Sawyer (1938)

booksSOFSEM 2004: Theory and Practice of Computer Science: 30th Conference on Current Trends in Theory and Practice... by Peter Van Emde Boas, Jaroslav Pokorny, Mária Bieliková and Julius Stuller (Mar 5, 2004)

booksSOFSEM 2006: Theory and Practice of Computer Science: 32nd Conference on Current Trends in Theory and Practice... by Jirí Wiedermann, Gerard Tel, Jaroslav Pokorný and Mária Bieliková (Jan 5, 2006)


Wiki information Merin:

Food, Ingredient

Meringue, is a type of dessert, often associated with Swiss, Italian and French cuisine, made from whipped egg whites and sugar, and occasionally an acid such as cream of tartar or a small amount of vinegar. A binding agent such as cornstarch or...

Animal breed, Animal, Organism Classification

The Merino is an economically influential breed of sheep prized for its wool. The breed is originally from Turkey and central Spain, and its wool was highly valued already in the Middle Ages. Today, Merinos are still regarded as having some of the...