- a city in SW Uruguay, on the Río Negro.
- a city in S Texas.
- a female given name.
Examples from the Web for mercedes
Contemporary Examples of mercedes
“A guy drives up in a 2008 Mercedes, brand new,” Harry S. Connelly Jr. says in the video, according to the Times.Are Police Stealing People’s Property?
Joan Blades, Matt Kibbe
January 2, 2015
That serves as shorthand for Mercedes, BMW, Audi and Porsche.Nationalism on Four Wheels
October 18, 2014
Stanley Cohen, a lawyer representing Mercedes Haeffer, one of the defendants in the PayPal14 case, was less diplomatic.Hacktivists: Glenn Greenwald Is a Sellout!
May 14, 2014
On the way, we found ourselves wedged in traffic between a couple of Mercedes Benzes and a shiny new Jaguar.A Woman Blogger’s Scoop Helped Save Tunisia From Islamists
Thomas A. Bass
April 6, 2014
So, you see kids partying in a mansion, lounging in a pool, driving a Mercedes—all the standard rap video tropes.Spike Jonze’s 13 Best Music Videos: Beastie Boys, Kanye West, Fatboy Slim, and More
December 22, 2013
Historical Examples of mercedes
Mercedes begged, aghast, quaking in realisation of the enormity of her mistake.
The first and last of these were Mercedes Pride and Mr. Lyttleton.
"That's the name she gave when she came here, at least," Mercedes commented.
Indeed, it was no secret to him that Mercedes loved him with a devotion which matched his own.
As the buccaneer did so, Mercedes sank on her knees by the side of the dead woman.
Word Origin and History for mercedes
fem. proper name, from Spanish, abbreviation of Maria de las Mercedes "Mary of the Mercies," from plural of merced "mercy, grace," from Latin mercedem (nominative merces); see mercy.