merry

Merry vs Splendid - What's the difference?

merry | splendid | Related terms |

Merry is a related term of splendid.


As a proper noun merry

is originally a nickname for a merry person.

As an adjective splendid is

possessing or displaying splendor; shining; very bright; as, a splendid sun.

Merry vs Sprightlysportive - What's the difference?

merry | sprightlysportive | Related terms |

Merry is a related term of sprightlysportive.

Merry vs Coffee - What's the difference?

merry | coffee |


As a proper noun merry

is originally a nickname for a merry person.

As a noun coffee is

a beverage made by infusing the beans of the coffee plant in hot water.

As an adjective coffee is

of a pale brown colour, like that of milk coffee.

As a verb coffee is

to drink coffee.

Merry vs Lucky - What's the difference?

merry | lucky |


As a proper noun merry

is originally a nickname for a merry person.

As an adjective lucky is

favoured by luck; fortunate; meeting with good success or good fortune said of persons.

Merry vs Happiness - What's the difference?

merry | happiness |


As a proper noun merry

is originally a nickname for a merry person.

As a noun happiness is

the emotion of being happy; joy.

Bouncy vs Merry - What's the difference?

bouncy | merry |


As an adjective bouncy

is easily bounced.

As a proper noun merry is

originally a nickname for a merry person.

Cheerfulness vs Merry - What's the difference?

cheerfulness | merry |


As a noun cheerfulness

is the state of being cheerful; joy.

As a proper noun merry is

originally a nickname for a merry person.

Amuse vs Merry - What's the difference?

amuse | merry |


As a verb amuse

is .

As a proper noun merry is

originally a nickname for a merry person.

Active vs Merry - What's the difference?

active | merry | Related terms |

Active is a related term of merry.


As a verb active

is .

As a proper noun merry is

originally a nickname for a merry person.

Joy vs Merry - What's the difference?

joy | merry |


In given name|female|from=english terms the difference between joy and merry

is that joy is while merry is from the adjective, also a diminutive of mary and mercy.

As proper nouns the difference between joy and merry

is that joy is while merry is originally a nickname for a merry person.

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