[muh-nil-uh] /məˈnɪl ə/
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 “hand.”
[muh-nil] /məˈnɪl/ noun, Cards. 1. the second highest trump in certain card games, as the seven of trumps in omber or nine of trumps in klaberjass. /mæˈnɪl/ noun 1. (in ombre and quadrille) the second best trump
[muh-nee-nee] /məˈni ni/ adjective, Hawaii. 1. small; insignificant. 2. 1 .
/məˈnɪŋkə/ noun (pl) -ke, -kes 1. a variant of Malinke
- Man in motion
noun in football, an offensive player who is permitted to turn and run parallel to the line of scrimmage prior to the snap Examples The man in motion runs downfield after the ball is snapped.