[man-er-lee] /ˈmæn ər li/
having or showing good ; courteous; polite.
with good ; courteously; politely.
well-mannered; polite; courteous
(rare) with good manners; politely; courteously
“well-mannered, seemly, modest,” late 14c., from manner (n.) + -ly (1). As an adverb, “in accord with custom; becomingly” (mid-14c.); later “in accord with good manners” (c.1400). Related: Mannerliness.
noun, Phonetics. 1. the degree of obstruction or the type of channel imposed upon the passage of air at a given place of articulation, as denoted by such categories as stop, fricative, nasal, and semivowel.
[man-er] /ˈmæn ər/ noun 1. a way of doing, being done, or happening; mode of action, occurrence, etc.: I don’t like the manner in which he complained. 2. manners. 3. a person’s outward bearing; way of speaking to and treating others: She has a charming manner. 4. characteristic or customary way of doing, making, saying, […]
[man-is] /ˈmæn ɪs/ noun 1. Leopold Damrosch, 1899–1964, U.S. composer and chemist.
[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; […]