[man-ding-goh] /mænˈdɪŋ goʊ/
noun, plural Mandingos, Mandingoes for 1.
a member of any of a number of peoples forming an extensive linguistic group in western Africa.
noun (pl) -gos, -goes
a former name for Mande, Malinke
people of the upper Niger region of West Africa, 1620s.
[man-ding-kuh] /mænˈdɪŋ kə/ noun, plural Mandinkas (especially collectively) Mandinka. 1. .
[man-dee-oh-kuh, meyn-] /ˌmæn diˈoʊ kə, ˌmeɪn-/ noun 1. .
/ˈmʌndɪə/ noun 1. a Hindu or Jain temple
- Man does not live by bread alone
People have spiritual as well as physical needs. In the Bible, these words are spoken by Moses to the Israelites in the Exodus; they are also used by Jesus in disputing with Satan.