the house and land occupied by a minister or parson.
the dwelling of a landholder; mansion.
(in certain religious denominations) the house provided for a minister
late 15c., “mansion house,” from Medieval Latin mansus “dwelling house; amount of land sufficient for a family,” noun use of masculine past participle of Latin manere “to remain” (see mansion).
[manz-feeld] /ˈmænzˌfild/ noun 1. Katherine (Kathleen Beauchamp Murry) 1888–1923, English short-story writer. 2. Michael Joseph (“Mike”) 1903–2001, U.S. politician: senator 1953–77. 3. Richard, 1857–1907, U.S. actor, born in Germany. 4. Mount, a mountain in N Vermont: highest peak of the Green Mountains, 4393 feet (1339 meters). 5. a city in W Nottinghamshire, in central England. […]
- Man shall not live by bread alone
According to Luke, Jesus spent forty days in the wilderness, where he was tempted by Satan. One of Satan’s challenges was, “If you are the Son of God, command this stone to become bread.” Jesus answered, “It is written, ‘Man shall not live by bread alone,’” referring to the words in the Old Testament Book […]
/Dutch ˈmɑnshɔlt/ noun 1. Sicco Leendert (ˈsɪko ˈleːndərt). 1908–95, Dutch economist and politician; vice president (1958–72) and president (1972–73) of the European Economic Community Commission. He was the author of the Mansholt Plan for the agricultural organization of the European Economic Community
[mahn-see] /ˈmɑn si/ noun, plural Mansis (especially collectively) Mansi for 1. 1. a member of a Uralic people now living in scattered settlements along western tributaries of the Ob River in Siberia, and known from historical records to have lived in northern European Russia. 2. the Ugric language of the Mansi, consisting of several highly […]