[mah-ni-sah] /ˈmɑ nɪˌsɑ/
a city in W Turkey, near the Aegean: Roman defeat of Antiochus the Great 190 b.c.
a city in W Turkey: the Byzantine seat of government (1204–1313). Pop: 237 000 (2005 est)
- Man is the measure of all things
A statement by the ancient Greek philosopher Protagoras. It is usually interpreted to mean that the individual human being, rather than a god or an unchanging moral law, is the ultimate source of value.
[man-it] /ˈmæn ɪt/ noun 1. .
[man-i-too] /ˈmæn ɪˌtu/ noun, plural manitous (especially collectively) manitou. 1. (among the Algonquian Indians) a supernatural being that controls nature; a spirit, deity, or object that possesses supernatural power. /ˈmænɪˌtuː/ noun (pl) -tous, -tus, -tos, -tou, -tu, -to 1. (among the Algonquian Indians) a deified spirit or force n. also manito, “spirit, deity, supernatural being,” […]
[man-i-toh-buh] /ˌmæn ɪˈtoʊ bə/ noun 1. a province in central Canada. 246,512 sq. mi. (638,466 sq. km). Abbreviation: Man. Capital: Winnipeg. 2. Lake, a lake in the S part of this province. 120 miles (195 km) long; 1817 sq. mi. (4705 sq. km). /ˌmænɪˈtəʊbə/ noun 1. a province of W Canada: consists of prairie in […]