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Merino is an economically influential breed of sheep prized for its wool.
Merino may also refer to:
- English Merino, a guinea pig breed
- The Big Merino, a 15-metre tall concrete merino sheep located in Goulburn, New South Wales, Australia
- Carlos Merino (born 1980), Spanish footballer
- Fernando Arturo de Merino (1833–1906), Dominican priest and politician
- José Luis Merino (born 1927), Spanish film director
- Manuel Merino (1918–2001), Spanish cinematographer
- Pedro Merino (born 1987), Spanish cyclist
- United States
- Merindad, a medieval Spanish municipality run by a merino
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