[muh-nas-uh s] /məˈnæs əs/
a town in NE Virginia: battles of Bull Run 1861, 1862.
a town in NE Virginia, west of Alexandria: site of the victory of Confederate forces in the Battles of Bull Run, or First and Second Manassas (1861; 1862), during the American Civil War. Pop: 37 166 (2003 est)
[muh-nas-uh] /məˈnæs ə/ noun 1. the first son of Joseph. Gen. 41:51. 2. the tribe of Israel traditionally descended from him. Gen. 48:14–19. 3. a king of Judah of the 7th century b.c. II Kings 21. /məˈnæsɪ/ noun (Old Testament) 1. the elder son of Joseph (Genesis 41:51) 2. the Israelite tribe descended from him […]
- Manasseh cutler
[kuht-ler] /ˈkʌt lər/ noun 1. Manasseh, 1742–1823, U.S. Congregational clergyman and scientist: promoted settlement of Ohio; congressman 1801–05. /ˈkʌtlə/ noun 1. a person who makes or sells cutlery n. c.1400, from Old French coutelier (12c., Modern French coutelier) “knife-maker,” from Latin cultellarius, from cultellus “knife” (see cutlass).
[muh-nas-ahyt] /məˈnæs aɪt/ noun 1. a member of the tribe of .
[mah-naht] /mɑˈnɑt/ noun 1. a pre-Islamic Arabian goddess personifying fortune, sometimes considered a daughter of Allah. /mæˈnæt/ noun 1. the standard monetary unit of Azerbaijan, divided into 100 gopik 2. the standard monetary unit of Turkmenistan, divided into 100 tenesi