[kuht-ler] /ˈkʌt lər/
Manasseh, 1742–1823, U.S. Congregational clergyman and scientist: promoted settlement of Ohio; congressman 1801–05.
a person who makes or sells cutlery
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
[man-uh t-ahrmz] /ˈmæn ətˈɑrmz/ noun, plural men-at-arms. 1. a soldier. 2. a heavily armed soldier on horseback, especially in medieval times. noun (pl) men-at-arms 1. a soldier, esp a heavily armed mounted soldier in medieval times
[man-uh-tee, man-uh-tee] /ˈmæn əˌti, ˌmæn əˈti/ noun 1. any of several plant-eating aquatic mammals of the genus Trichechus, of West Indian, Floridian, and Gulf Coast waters, having two flippers in front and a broad, spoon-shaped tail: all species are endangered. /ˈmænəˌtiː, ˌmænəˈtiː/ noun 1. any sirenian mammal of the genus Trichechus, occurring in tropical coastal […]