[muh-moo r-ee-uh s] /məˈmʊər i əs/
noun, Roman Legend.
a smith who made 11 copies of the Ancile to prevent thieves from recognizing the original.
[mom-zer] /ˈmɒm zər/ noun 1. bastard; illegitimate child. 2. Slang. . 3. a child born of a marriage forbidden in Judaism. /ˈmɑmzə/ noun 1. a Yiddish slang word for bastard 2. (Judaism) a child of an incestuous or adulterous union n. “bastard,” 1560s, from Late Latin mamzer, from Hebrew mamzer, left untranslated in Deut. xxiii:2 […]
[mah-nah] /ˈmɑ nɑ/ noun, Anthropology. 1. a generalized, supernatural force or power, which may be concentrated in objects or persons. [man-ey] /ˈmæn eɪ/ noun 1. . [man-ey] /ˈmæn eɪ/ noun 1. an ancient kingdom in Iran, in Kurdistan. /ˈmɑːnə/ noun (anthropol) 1. (in Polynesia, Melanesia, etc) a concept of a life force, believed to be […]
noun 1. a socially active, sophisticated man who frequents fashionable nightclubs, theaters, restaurants, etc.; playboy; boulevardier. noun 1. a fashionable sophisticate, esp one in a big city noun A sophisticated urban man and cynosure; boulevardier (1734+) A man who frequently attends fashionable social functions, as in Fred is quite the man about town these days. […]
[man-uh-kuh l] /ˈmæn ə kəl/ noun 1. a shackle for the hand; handcuff. 2. Usually, manacles. restraints; checks. verb (used with object), manacled, manacling. 3. to handcuff; fetter. 4. to hamper; restrain: He was manacled by his inhibitions. /ˈmænəkəl/ noun 1. (usually pl) a shackle, handcuff, or fetter, used to secure the hands of a […]