[me-nah-doh] /mɛˈnɑ doʊ/
a seaport on NE Sulawesi, in NE Indonesia.
a port in NE Indonesia, on NE Sulawesi: founded by the Dutch in 1657. Pop: 372 887 (2000)
[mey-nahzh; French mey-nazh] /meɪˈnɑʒ; French meɪˈnaʒ/ noun, plural ménages [mey-nah-zhiz; French mey-nazh] /meɪˈnɑ ʒɪz; French meɪˈnaʒ/ (Show IPA) 1. a domestic establishment; household. 2. . /meɪˈnɑːʒ; French menaʒ/ noun 1. the persons of a household n. 1690s, “management of a household, domestic establishment,” from French ménage, from Old French manage “household, family dwelling” (12c.), from […]
[mey-nahzh ah trwah; French mey-nazh a trwah] /meɪˈnɑʒ ɑ ˈtrwɑ; French meɪ naʒ a ˈtrwɑ/ noun 1. a domestic arrangement in which three people having sexual relations occupy the same household. /menaʒ a trwɑ/ noun (pl) ménages à trois (menaʒ a trwɑ) 1. a sexual arrangement involving a married couple and the lover of one […]
[muh-naj-uh-ree, -nazh-] /məˈnædʒ ə ri, -ˈnæʒ-/ noun 1. a collection of wild or unusual animals, especially for exhibition. 2. a place where they are kept or exhibited. 3. an unusual and varied group of people. /mɪˈnædʒərɪ/ noun 1. a collection of wild animals kept for exhibition 2. the place where such animals are housed n. […]
conforting, the son of Gadi, and successor of Shallum, king of Israel, whom he slew. After a reign of about ten years (B.C. 771-760) he died, leaving the throne to his son Pekahiah. His reign was one of cruelty and oppression (2 Kings 15:14-22). During his reign, Pul (q.v.), king of Assyria, came with a […]