1. A person who deals in goods of the kind or otherwise by his occupation holds himself as having knowledge or skill peculiar to the practices or goods involved in the transaction or to whom such knowledge or skill may be attributed by his employment of an agent or broker or other intermediary who by his occupation holds himself out as having such knowledge or skill - Uniform Commercial Code 2-104.

2. A famous streetballer in the Feudal Lords, Daniel Gurrisi.

3. The bartering of moves on the basketball courts.
1."The electronics merchant sold the man a stereo."

2."The Merchant threw it down so hard at the last game, he had to get drunk after."

3."The Merchant bartered moves so hard."
dodane przez Dan Gurrisi, Evan Roskos grudzień 09, 2003
A greedy person who is always tapping fags
Go away you fucking merchant.
Ive no fags go away you merchant.
Watch the pair of merchants off tapping up there.
dodane przez merchantkid listopad 04, 2011
In Cockney rhyming slang, a wanker (from merchant banker])
You're a right merchant.
dodane przez Martyn Sadler wrzesień 24, 2007
A derogatory term, implying a person is gay.
"ben, you're such a merchant!"
"your acting like a merchant, samsy"
dodane przez A.Merchant kwiecień 30, 2008
definitions unknown....scholors maintain that the true meaning of the merchant was lost at sea 2,000 years ago. A merchant, or merchantus smallus dickus, can usually be found smoking a cigar and eating sunchips down by the bay.
" the merchant enjoys eating young children while drinking guinness
dodane przez the ass pirate wrzesień 17, 2007

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