Definition of merrythought in English:

merrythought

Syllabification: mer·ry·thought
Pronunciation: /ˈmerēˌTHôt
 
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noun

dated , chiefly British
  • The wishbone of a bird.
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    • The English heard of this superstition from the Romans and called their wishbones merrythoughts after the merry or happy wishes that most people desired.

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