In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
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- His eyes sparkled with merriment as he raised a dark brow in Hayden's direction.
- In this land where the girl, Tana is her name, brought me, it is unceasing merriment and joy.
- Still, enough of this mirth and merriment, just because it's Friday doesn't mean we should go to pieces.
- The festival of merriment and joy of sharing again had hotels and shops lining up some exciting events and gifts.
- Of all deceptive things on earth nothing is so deceptive as mere gaiety and merriment.
- The marriage to Kelly was a source of happiness and merriment.
- Much merriment and fun to be had by all accounts but not many appropriate partners to be found.
- That would send everyone into laughter and merriment which would last the rest of the night.
- Legend has it that his ancestors used to make these signs for fun and merriment around the nomadic village.
- With Liam on the microphone it will be a night packed with fun and merriment.
- Then it is time for mirth and merriment, as he fulfils all his little wishes.
- I heard gaiety and merriment, and then we reached the fire.
- It is a night of singing, dancing, lighthearted merriment, and fortune telling.
- His dark brown eyes sparkled with merriment and mischief.
- Merry and Pippin develop strongly, as they do in the book, but still hold their mirth and merriment.
- Walking down the corridors of Pittodrie Stadium is like running a gauntlet of mirth and merriment.
- Much fun, merriment and large amounts of alcohol consuming will be the order of the day.
- How I'd like to make a post full of joy and merriment but there doesn't seem to be any available at the moment.
- Her eyes were also the same shade of blue, sparkling with life and merriment.
- The sound of merriment and happiness floated to Andriel on the cool night breeze.
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