Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Fabled inhabitants of the sea with a human body and a fish-like tail: a collective name for mermaids and mermen.
- n. Plural form of merperson.
- From mer- + people. (Wiktionary)
“There are also merpeople, who live below the muck and pick off the weak and injured, including Raj when he is shot by one of the caravan drivers.”
“There are magical creatures in the form of the merpeople.”
“The characters fight with blades and crossbows, and caravans of behemoths stride through an enormous swamp filled with barbarian raiders, as well as muddy merpeople who dwell below the muck.”
“In Greek mythology, the merpeople existed in the form of Triton and his offspring....”
“But in spite of the hoax, as well as the scientific expeditions which claimed that mermaids were none other than manatees, merpeople have never quite gone away.”
“That's disappointing to me because it has all the makings to be my favorite Narnia film: sea monster, merpeople, pirates, island monsters, and a heavy focus on Reepicheep the swashbuckling mouse.”
“Treasures that would have otherwise vanished from the sight of all, ancient statues, magnificent coral displays, even tapestries of such superb quality that the lionbird almost had the feeling the merpeople depicted were about to leap out at him.”
“There is no reason to this, but the middle one reminds me of moving through the water in the Harry Potter book that involves merpeople.”
“The elaborate cuisine of the merpeople and the sweeping movements of their nautilus ballroom are but a dream for the mermaid who is mindlessly propelled through the depths, resigned to opening and closing her mouth for random bits of sustenance.”
“Adventureblog Gallery: Black Canary, Frankenstein's lab, Futurama Hellboy, merpeople, a killer diver, and a killer barbarian woman”
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