an annual prize for a work of Commonwealth or Irish fiction of £50,000, awarded as the Booker Prize from 1969–2002
[man-boht] /ˈmæn boʊt/ noun, Old English Law. 1. a sum of money paid to a lord whose vassal was murdered.
noun See man breasts
/mæŋk/ noun, adjective 1. (Brit, informal) short for Mancunian
noun a board game with 2-to-4 rows of pits in which seed or stone game pieces are placed and the opponent seeks to capture them; also called kalaha , bao , chisolo , oware , awari , pallanguli , wari Word Origin Arabic nakala ‘to move’