Mercery initially referred to silk, linen, and fustian textiles imported to England in
the 12th ... External links. The dictionary definition of mercery at Wiktionary;
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An old maid at Vernon had sent her to one of her relatives who in this arcade kept
a mercery shop which she desired to get rid of. Therese Raquin Emile Zola.
Mercury definition, Chemistry. a heavy, silver-white, highly toxic metallic element,
the only one that is liquid at room temperature; quicksilver: used in barometers, ...
Define mercery: a mercer's wares, shop, or occupation. ... What made you want to
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mercery. Play mer·cery. pl. -·cer·ies. goods sold by a mercer; the business or
shop of a mercer. Origin of mercery. Middle English mercerie ; from Old French.
[Middle English, from Old French mercier, trader, from merz, merchandise, from
Latin merx, merc-, merchandise.] mer′cer·y (mûrs′rē, mûr′sə-rē) n. American
mercery | goods sold by a mercer | Definition, pronunciation, examples &
"the Roman god Mercury," mid-12c., from Latin Mercurius "Mercury," originally a
god of tradesmen and thieves, from merx "merchandise" (see market (n.) ...
Mercury is nicknamed "quicksilver" because it was once used to shine hats and
shoes before people realized that it caused insanity (Mad Hatter anyone?).
A three week period in which the planet Mercury to appears to be in backwards
motion. during this time human beings experience many adverse effects...