English to Arabic Meaning :: merman

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Noun(1) United States singer who appeared in several musical comedies (1909-1984(2) half man and half fish; lives in the sea

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(1) She learns how her mother fell in love with a merman , how her father was snatched away when Emily was a baby, and how her mother's memory was blocked by an agent of the merfolk.(2) We've all heard of mermaids, but know less of their male equivalent, the merman .(3) For years I had secret fantasies about turning into a fish, a merman or something aquatic - but at the same time I refused to set foot on the beach or go swimming.(4) If I believed in the transmigration of souls, I should think I had been a merman in some former state of existence.(5) Three times a day, behind a wall of four-inch-thick plate-glass, half a dozen mermaids - and the occasional merman - jive and pirouette in the world's only underwater spring theatre.(6) There was one family that had a high incidence of webbed fingers and they were believed to be the descendants of a coupling between a woman and a merman !(7) Then a cloud crept into his mind and, as Laurea watched, he faded into a ghost of the merman she had known.(8) Among the subjects in the new publication are a merman , a dancing dwarf, three dragons and a ÔÇÿstrange outlandish fowlÔÇÖ.(9) What if I don't care if the beautiful architecture of the city falls into the sea and all its inhabitants either drown or evolve into mermen ?(10) The architectural elements are held together by sculptural decoration including winged terms and mermen .(11) We must send out as much mermen and mermaids as possible to battle those squids.(12) We'll discover colonies of giant squid off Winchelsea and mermen in the Marianas Trench.(13) We veer away towards the subway, through the bloated families and the preening mermaids and mermen .(14) Aaron, now the captain of ship called ÔÇÿMermaidÔÇÖ, called out to the waving mermaids and mermen who were his friends.(15) Mermaids relaxing on the shoreline giggling and talking among each other while mermen watched from afar.(16) Mermaids slaughtered in the waters as well as mermen warriors.
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