- merchandise, especially as marketed to a particular fan base: The band sold t-shirts and other merch while on tour.
Origin of merch
First recorded in 1980–85; by shortening
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Examples from the Web for merch
Vendors in white tents lined the fan concourse, selling food, beer and merch.Chicago’s Running of the Bulls
July 26, 2014
On the site, supporters can use their Visas freely to buy WikiLeaks merch, as the transaction is handled by a third party.WikiLeaks’ Money Trail: How It’s Raising Money for Snowden & Assange
Caitlin Dickson, Eliza Shapiro
July 9, 2013
The merch will hit stores and online this March, giving AP fans something to get excited for.Penélope Cruz Is Now A Lingerie Designer; Jessica Biel Marries in Pink
The Fashion Beast Team
October 24, 2012
I wanted a merch table at the show selling our GE belt buckles, which our staff all wears.Confessions of a Mad Scientist
August 18, 2009
Joab and Theodomas are again mentioned together in a like passage in the Merch.Chaucer's Works, Volume 3 (of 7)
Then there be now in the tribe a hundred persons who bear the name of ap John or merch John.Pabo, The Priest
Is the origin of Mark, a very common Jewish name, to be sought in the Celtic merch, a horse?
Shakespeare tells us that mercy 'is mightiest in the mightiest,' and is 'above this sceptred sway'; Merch.