boundary, limit; a boundary-marker; boundary-line (noun)
To limit; bound; divide or cause division in. (verb)
To set divisions and bounds. (verb)
a Maori war-club (noun)
Examples of word mere
The manner in which Sabbatarians emphasize the phrase â€œMy Sabbath,â€ and â€œMy holy day,â€ is well calculated to mislead the unsuspecting, but those who are schooled in biblical literature will regard it as mere _rant_, _cheap theology_, _mere display_!
Are we to suppose then that the insanity of the third character, the Fool, is, in this respect, a mere repetition of that of the second, the beggar, -- that it too is _mere_ pretence?
Pompilia shone with a glory that mere knowledge could not give (if there were such a thing as _mere_ knowledge).
Ma mere qui me pointe le bouquin de tele le doigt sur un programme "tiens regarde ca devrait t'interesser" ... * pinku mate* "la nuit Gay des Lesbiennes" ... * jete un oeil a sa mere* "faut pas pousser non plus ...
Another subject I recently interviewed blamed what he called mere "centa-millionaires" for the breakdown in exclusivity of his elitist world.