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Meanings of Manches:

noun

The neck of a violin, guitar, or similar instrument.

Manchester

ˈmantʃɪstə

Meanings of Manchester:

noun

Household linen.

Usage examples:

The shop sells clothes, toys, books, records and cds, small furniture items, kitchenware and househ…
proper noun

An industrial city and metropolitan district in north-western england; population 396,300 (est. 2009). founded in roman times, it developed in the 18th and 19th centuries as a centre of the english cotton industry.

Meanings of Manchesterism:

noun

The principles advocated by or attributed to the manchester school.

Meanings of Manchet:

noun

A loaf of the finest kind of wheaten bread.

Usage examples:

A small manchet loaf

Manchets

ˈmantʃɪt

Meanings of Manchets:

noun

A loaf of the finest kind of wheaten bread.

Usage examples:

A small manchet loaf

Meanings of Manchette:

noun

An ornamental trimming round the lower part of a sleeve. also: a ruffle (of hair, etc.) of similar appearance. now chiefly historical.

Manchild

ˈmænˌtʃaɪld

Meanings of Manchild:

noun

An immature man.

Manchineel

ˌman(t)ʃɪˈniːl

Meanings of Manchineel:

noun

A caribbean tree that has acrid apple-like fruit and poisonous milky sap that can cause temporary blindness.

Usage examples:

While on the beach, keep a lookout for manchineel trees because the fruit and sap is highly poisono…

Manchu

manˈtʃuː

Meanings of Manchu:

noun

A member of a people originally living in manchuria, who formed the last imperial dynasty of china (1644–1912).

Usage examples:

The qing dynasty was founded by manchus, who conquered china in the 1640s.
adjective

Relating to the manchu people or their language.

Usage examples:

As an ‘international concession’ as well as treaty port, its special privileges created an enclave …

Manchurian

mænˈtʃʊə.ri.ən ˌkæn.dɪ.dət

Meanings of Manchurian:

adjective

Relating to manchuria or its people.

Usage examples:

A prominent specialist on manchurian archaeology and history
noun

A native or inhabitant of manchuria.

Usage examples:

Manchurians clung to their own cultural traditions

Manchus

manˈtʃuː

Meanings of Manchus:

noun

A member of a people originally living in manchuria, who formed the last imperial dynasty of china (1644–1912).

Usage examples:

The qing dynasty was founded by manchus, who conquered china in the 1640s.
adjective

Relating to the manchu people or their language.

Usage examples:

As an ‘international concession’ as well as treaty port, its special privileges created an enclave …

Meanings of Mancinism:

noun

The state or condition of having a bias in some way towards the left-hand side of the body; (frequently) specifically ‘left-handedness’.

Manciple

ˈmansɪp(ə)l

Meanings of Manciple:

noun

A person in charge of buying provisions for a college, an inn of court, or a monastery.

Usage examples:

Actually, university employees, such as manciples, were a more likely source of disorder.

Manciples

ˈmansɪp(ə)l

Meanings of Manciples:

noun

A person in charge of buying provisions for a college, an inn of court, or a monastery.

Usage examples:

Actually, university employees, such as manciples, were a more likely source of disorder.

Meanings of Mancipleship:

noun

The office of manciple.

Mancunian

mæŋˈkjuː.ni.ən

Meanings of Mancunian:

noun

A native or inhabitant of manchester in nw england.

Usage examples:

When i lived in manchester that city managed to publish a pamphlet on notable mancunians in history…
adjective

A native or inhabitant of manchester.

Meanings of Mancus:

noun

(a) a money of account used in various parts of western europe between the 8th and 12th centuries, and in england equivalent to thirty silver pence, two and a half twelve-pence shillings, or six five-pence shillings. also: (the name of) a coin of this value. (b) a unit of weight (especially of gold) equivalent to the weight of thirty silver pence.

Meanings of Mand:

noun

An utterance aimed at producing an effect or result.

Mandaean

manˈdiːən

Meanings of Mandaean:

noun

A member of a gnostic sect of iraq and south-western iran, who regard john the baptist as the messiah and stress salvation through knowledge of the divine origin of the soul.

Usage examples:

There is even a group of mandaeans: theirs is a tiny gnostic sect.
adjective

Relating to the mandaeans or their language.

Usage examples:

At yardenit in israel, there is a major baptism site on the river which attracts greek and russian …

Meanings of Mandaeism:

noun

The doctrine or observance of the mandaeans.

Meanings of Mandaic:

adjective

Mandaean.

noun

The aramaic dialect used by members of the mandaean sect.

Mandala

ˈmandələ

Meanings of Mandala:

noun

A circular figure representing the universe in hindu and buddhist symbolism.

Usage examples:

According to buddhist scripture, mandalas (geometric designs symbolic of the universe) constructed …

Meanings of Mandalas:

noun

A circular figure representing the universe in hindu and buddhist symbolism.

Usage examples:

According to buddhist scripture, mandalas (geometric designs symbolic of the universe) constructed …

Meanings of Mandalay:

proper noun

A port on the irrawaddy river in central burma (myanmar); population 961,000 (est. 2007). founded in 1857, it was the capital until 1885 of the burmese kingdom. it is an important buddhist religious centre.

Meanings of Mandamus:

noun

A judicial writ issued as a command to an inferior court or ordering a person to perform a public or statutory duty.

Usage examples:

An order of mandamus

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