[mas-uh-ney; French masuh-ne] /ˌmæs əˈneɪ; French masəˈnɛ/
Jules Émile Frédéric
[zhyl ey-meel frey-dey-reek] /ʒül eɪˈmil freɪ deɪˈrik/ (Show IPA), 1842–1912, French composer.
/ˈmæsəˌneɪ; French masnɛ/
Jules Émile Frédéric (ʒyl emil frederik). 1842–1912, French composer of operas, including Manon (1884), Werther (1892), and Thais (1894)
[mas] /mæs/ noun 1. a body of coherent matter, usually of indefinite shape and often of considerable size: a mass of dough. 2. a collection of incoherent particles, parts, or objects regarded as forming one body: a mass of sand. Synonyms: assemblage, heap, congeries. 3. aggregate; whole (usually preceded by in the): People, in the […]
[ma-see-ter] /mæˈsi tər/ noun, Anatomy. 1. a short, thick, masticatory muscle, the action of which assists in closing the jaws by raising the mandible or lower jaw. /mæˈsiːtə/ noun 1. (anatomy) a muscle of the cheek used in moving the jaw, esp in chewing
- Masseteric nerve
masseteric nerve n. A muscular branch of the mandibular nerve passing to the medial surface of the masseter muscle, which it supplies.
[muh-sur; French ma-sœr] /məˈsɜr; French maˈsœr/ noun, plural masseurs [muh-surz; French ma-sœr] /məˈsɜrz; French maˈsœr/ (Show IPA) 1. a man who provides as a profession or occupation. /mæˈsɜː/ noun 1. a man who gives massages, esp as a profession n. “man who works giving massages,” 1876, from French masseur, masc. agent noun from masser (see […]