[man-hahym; German mahn-hahym] /ˈmæn haɪm; German ˈmɑn haɪm/
[kahrl;; German kahrl] /kɑrl;; German kɑrl/ (Show IPA), 1893–1947, German sociologist.
a city in SW Germany at the confluence of the Rhine and Neckar rivers.
/ˈmænhaɪm; German ˈmanhaim/
a city in SW Germany, in Baden-Württemberg at the confluence of the Rhine and Neckar: one of Europe’s largest inland harbours; a cultural and musical centre. Pop: 308 353 (2003 est)
Karl (karl). 1893–1947, Hungarian sociologist, living in Britain from 1933: author of Ideology and Utopia (1929) and Man and Society in an Age of Reconstruction (1941)
noun 1. a brass alloy used to imitate gold; red brass.
noun 1. a group of musicians of the mid-18th century in Mannheim, Germany, notable for developing a style of orchestral composition and performance directly antecedent to and influential on the classical style of Haydn and Mozart. /ˈmænhaɪm/ noun 1. (music) a group of musicians and composers connected with the court orchestra at Mannheim during the […]
[man-ee] /ˈmæn i/ noun 1. a male given name, form of .
[man-i-kin] /ˈmæn ɪ kɪn/ noun 1. . 2. any of several estrildine finches of the genus Lonchura, of Asia, Australia, and the Pacific islands, often kept as cage birds. [man-i-kin] /ˈmæn ɪ kɪn/ noun 1. a little man; dwarf; pygmy. 2. . 3. a model of the human body for teaching anatomy, demonstrating surgical operations, […]