Merels and similar can mean:
- In names of board games, another form of "morris", see Nine Men's Morris
Usage examples of "merels".
Sabin had been playing a game of merels with one of the older squires but, as Annais arrived, the youth rose, stretched, nodded to Sabin and went off to attend to his duties.
That she had wanted him to stay and play at merels, had wanted to watch his swift, supple fingers move upon the pieces.
Sabin neither came to dine nor arrived to play dice or merels in the hall after the meal had finished.