When referencing a number, it must be no more than 500.
The race took mere seconds.
A word originally meaning "come here". It definition has expanded to also cover "get over here", "give me" or "gimme", and "want" or "I want".
The word "mere" is normally used in conjunction with an opening and closing of ones hand with the palm facing up, in a "come here" or "gimme" fashion, similar to what a child would do when wanting something.
It also can be combined with right meow
It originates from the incorrect pronunciation/combination of "come here". It was created by a young child just learning how to talk.
A child wanting his father to come over to him, while opening and closing his hand at him: "Mere!"
Trying to get the bartender's attention at a bar: "Mere, right meow!"
Man wanting his woman to come to the bedroom for some late night activities, with hand gesture: "Mere!"
Woman wanting a hit off of her man's cigarette, with the opening and closing of her hand directed at the cigarette: "Mere!"
When someone is really drunk, all they do is say '' 'Mere ''. Which is simply said person trying to say ''Come here'' but slurred because they are plastered.
Is usually accompanied with or followed by some sort of hand gesture.
" Hey you! 'Mere"
In fear visible nears, then disappears, adding two to seven also makes nine divine, don't heed restless gossip in gossamers & meres as darkness emphasizes a glimmered shadow shine.
To have a mere is to screw something up. To be a mere is to be a screw-up
John Smith is the biggest mere I've ever seen!
Small Town on Wiltshire/Dorset/Somerset border. To say somebody comes from Mere implies they are a Mutant
Random 1 - "Oh, my friend comes from Mere."
Random 2 - "Have they got three legs?"
Random 1 - " No, but their uncle is also their Father...."
A word that introduces the next chapter in a thundercats episode; Onomatopoeia.
"*Mere Mere Meeereeee* Oh no, Jackie has a tumor in her brain"