[man-chuh-neel] /ˌmæn tʃəˈnil/
a tropical American tree or shrub, Hippomane mancinella, of the spurge family, having a milky, highly caustic, poisonous sap.
a tropical American euphorbiaceous tree, Hippomane mancinella, having fruit and milky highly caustic poisonous sap, which causes skin blisters
[man-choo] /mænˈtʃu/ noun, plural Manchus (especially collectively) Manchu. 1. a member of a Tungusic people of Manchuria who conquered China in the 17th century and established a dynasty there (Manchu dynasty, or Ch’ing, 1644–1912). 2. a Tungusic language spoken by the Manchu. adjective 3. of or relating to the Manchu, their country, or their language. […]
- Manchu dynasty
Manchu dynasty [(man-chooh, man-chooh)] A dynasty, Manchurian in origin, that came to power in China in the seventeenth century and that greatly expanded China’s control in Asia. The dynasty was overthrown in 1911. (See Kuomintang.)
[man-choo-kwoh; Chinese mahn-joh-kwaw] /ˈmænˈtʃuˈkwoʊ; Chinese ˈmɑnˈdʒoʊˈkwɔ/ noun 1. a former country (1932–45) in E Asia, under Japanese control: included Manchuria and parts of Inner Mongolia; now a part of China. /ˈmænˈtʃuːˈkwəʊ/ noun 1. a former state of E Asia (1932–45), consisting of the three provinces of old Manchuria and Jehol
[man-choo r-ee-uh] /mænˈtʃʊər i ə/ noun 1. a historic region in NE China: ancestral home of the Manchu. About 413,000 sq. mi. (1,070,000 sq. km). /mænˈtʃʊərɪə/ noun 1. a region of NE China, historically the home of the Manchus, rulers of China from 1644 to 1912: includes part of Inner Mongolia and the provinces of […]