[mah-nyah-nah; English muh-nyah-nuh] /mɑˈnyɑ nɑ; English məˈnyɑ nə/ Spanish.
tomorrow; the (indefinite) future.
tomorrow; in the (indefinite) future.
/maˈɲana; English məˈnjɑːnə/
from Spanish mañana, “tomorrow,” from cras manñana, literally “tomorrow early,” from Vulgar Latin *maneana “early,” from Latin mane “in the morning,” from PIE *ma- “good,” with notion of “occurring at a good time, timely, early” (cf. matins; and see mature (v.)).
noun 1. a comedy (1903) by G. B. Shaw.
[mah-nuh-nahn, man-uh-nan] /ˌmɑ nəˈnɑn, ˌmæn əˈnæn/ noun, Irish Mythology. 1. the god of the sea and son of Ler.
[mah-nous] /mɑˈnaʊs/ noun 1. a port in and the capital of Amazonas, in N Brazil, on the Río Negro near its confluence with the Amazon: about 1000 miles (1600 km) from the Atlantic but accessible to some ocean trade. [am-uh-zoh-nuh s] /ˌæm əˈzoʊ nəs/ noun 1. a state in NW Brazil. 601,769 sq. mi. (1,558,582 […]
[Italian mah-nah-raw-lah] /Italian ˌmɑ nɑˈrɔ lɑ/ noun 1. See under . [ching-kwee ter-ey; Italian cheeng-kwe ter-re] /ˈtʃɪŋ kwi ˈtɛr eɪ; Italian ˈtʃiŋ kwɛ ˈtɛr rɛ/ noun 1. a group of five coastal villages (Monterosso al Mare, Vernazza, Corniglia, Manarola, and Riomaggiore) on the Ligurian Sea in NW Italy, near La Spezia.