a compact, shade-tolerant, turf-forming grass, Zoysia matrella, of southeastern Asia, having stiff leaves and flowering spikelets.
noun 1. a fibrous material made from the leafstalks of the abacá, Musa textilis, used for making ropes, fabrics, etc. noun 1. a fibre obtained from the plant abaca, used for rope, paper, etc
noun 1. strong, light-brown or buff paper, originally made from Manila hemp but now also from wood pulp substitutes and various other fibers. 2. any paper resembling Manila paper. noun 1. a strong usually brown paper made from Manila hemp or similar fibres
noun 1. rope made from Manila hemp. noun 1. rope of Manila hemp
[muh-nil-uh] /məˈnɪl ə/ noun 1. . 2. . /məˈnɪlə/ noun 1. an early form of currency in W Africa in the pattern of a small bracelet variant of Manila, especially in manilla paper (1832). “ring, bracelet,” from Spanish manilla, from Latin monilia, plural of monile “collar, necklace” (see mane). Influenced in Spanish by Spanish mano […]