[man-kahynd for 1; man-kahynd for 2] /ˈmænˈkaɪnd for 1; ˈmænˌkaɪnd for 2/
the human race; human beings collectively without reference to sex; humankind.
, as distinguished from women.
human beings collectively; humanity
men collectively, as opposed to womankind
“the human race,” c.1300, earlier man-kende (early 13c.), from man (n.) + kind (n.). Replaced Old English mancynn “human race.” Also used occasionally in Middle English for “male persons” (late 14c.), but otherwise preserving the original gender neutrality of man (n.). For “menfolk, the male sex,” menkind (late 14c.) and menskind (1590s) have been used.
[man-kee-nee] /mænˈki ni/ noun 1. a man’s one-piece bathing suit cut in a deep V-shape, covering the crotch and extending up to form shoulder straps. /ˌmæŋˈkiːnɪ/ noun 1. a man’s swimming costume consisting of a narrow V-shaped piece of material extending from the crotch to the shoulders
/ˈmæŋkɪ/ adjective (slang) mankier, mankiest 1. worthless, rotten, or in bad taste 2. dirty, filthy, or bad
[man] /mæn/ noun, plural men. 1. an adult male person, as distinguished from a boy or a woman. 2. a member of the species Homo sapiens or all the members of this species collectively, without regard to sex: prehistoric man. 3. the human individual as representing the species, without reference to sex; the human race; […]
/ˈmænlɪ/ noun 1. Michael Norman. 1924–97, Jamaican statesman; prime minister of Jamaica (1972–80; 1989–92)