the numbers 1 to 18 in roulette.
[mahng-key; French mahn-key] /mɑŋˈkeɪ; French mɑ̃ˈkeɪ/
having failed, missed, or fallen short, especially because of circumstances or a defect of character; unsuccessful; unfulfilled or frustrated (usually used postpositively):
a poet manqué who never produced a single book of verse.
/mɑ̃ke; English ˈmɒŋkeɪ/
(postpositive) unfulfilled; potential; would-be: the manager is an actor manqué
1778, from French manqué (fem. manquée), past participle of manquer “to miss, be lacking” (16c.), from Italian mancare, from manco, from Latin mancus “maimed, defective,” from PIE *man-ko- “maimed in the hand,” from root *man- “hand” (see manual (adj.)).
/Spanish manˈrɛsa/ noun 1. a city in NE Spain: contains a cave used as the spiritual retreat of St Ignatius Loyola. Pop: 67 269 (2003 est)
[man-root, -roo t] /ˈmænˌrut, -ˌrʊt/ noun 1. .
[man-rohp] /ˈmænˌroʊp/ noun, Nautical. 1. a placed at the side of a gangway, ladder, or the like, to serve as a rail. /ˈmænˌrəʊp/ noun 1. (nautical) a rope railing
[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; […]