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In the Comic Book World - in the Old Justice League, there is a girl named "Merry Pembroke", (who was adopted and then had the last name of Creamer) and she had special powers. Known as "The girl with a thousand gimmicks". I think she must have been like a modern day Macgyver.
SunnyRush  5/19/2018
The name Merry was given to 24 girls born in the US in 2015.
HerculePoirot  6/15/2016
It's pretty and sprightly. Once met a woman named Merry, who looked to be in her '50s or '60s. I always thought it must've been pretty neat for her to stand out among all the Mary's growing up.
silly_rabbit  11/8/2015
Perfect for this time of year.
blueeyesparkle  12/6/2011
Sounds weird. Maybe if your name is Meredith or Mercy, it would sound fine. But as a legal name, it wouldn't work and would lead to teasing.
bananarama  6/27/2009
I love this name! However, whenever I see it, I'm tempted to pronounce it like how Mary is pronounced.
Jesus_Freak  6/4/2008
I know someone who's name is just Merry, she likes the name but gets annoyed when anyone calls her Mary or makes jokes about "Merry Christmas."
katherine grace  5/21/2007
My friends name is Marianna she goes by Merry. I also think that Merry would NOT be a good nickname for America. A girl I know goes by the name America. She does not like Merry but prefers Rica. I agree with her.
― Anonymous User  4/8/2007
A possible nickname for someone with the name Meredith.
Missy  2/7/2007
Merry Vik was a pseudonym used by a writer of popular young adult fiction in Sweden. She chose it because it meant happy and Vik (meaning bay) because she loved the sea.
― Anonymous User  12/24/2005
Merry Christmas, anyone?
― Anonymous User  12/16/2005
Merry could be a nickname for someone named America.
― Anonymous User  12/6/2005
Merry Hanson is the heroine in Beverly Lewis' SummerHill Secrets books for girls.
― Anonymous User  12/4/2005

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