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-mer US English

Denoting polymers and related kinds of molecule

mer. US English

Meridian

coco de mer US English

A tall palm tree that is native to the Seychelles and has an immense, seaborne nut in a hard, woody shell, which is the largest known seed

mal de mer US English

Seasickness

bêche-de-mer US English

A large sea cucumber that is eaten as a delicacy in China and Japan

bêche-de-mer New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

sea cucumber eaten in China and Japan

bêches-de-mer in bêche-de-mer US English

A large sea cucumber that is eaten as a delicacy in China and Japan

Bislama US English

An English-based pidgin language used as a lingua franca in Fiji and the Solomon Islands and as an official language in Vanuatu

Boulogne-sur-Mer in Boulogne US English

A ferry port and fishing town in northern France; population 45,036 (2006). Full name Boulogne-sur-Mer-sjʊəˈmɛː-syʀmɛʀ