noun, plural mer·men.
- mermaid tavern,
- mermaid weed,
- mermaid's purse,
- mermaid's wineglass,
- merman, ethel,
Origin of merman
Examples from the Web for merman
Playing an aging superhero named Merman (with sidekick Barnacle Boy), Borgnine takes on the “champion of the deep.”The Best of Ernest Borgnine: ‘Marty,’ ‘McHale’s Navy’ & More (VIDEO)|The Daily Beast Video|July 9, 2012|DAILY BEAST
The Forsaken Merman is a beautiful poem, but not a safe guide to those who would relate the ways of the spirits of the sea.Lore of Proserpine|Maurice Hewlett
In fact, Merman's was a remarkable case of sudden notoriety.Impressions of Theophrastus Such|George Eliot
The farmer was convinced that this was the gift of the merman.Library Of The World's Best Literature, Ancient And Modern, Vol. 2|Charles Dudley Warner
Dalgard knew one moment of resistance as the merman closed the hatch behind them.Star Born|Andre Norton
In at the door the Merman treads—Away the images turned their heads.