in football, an offensive player who is permitted to turn and run parallel to the line of scrimmage prior to the snap
The man in motion runs downfield after the ball is snapped.
noun 1. a fancied semblance of a human face in the disk of the full moon, so perceived because of variations in the moon’s topography. noun 1. the moon when considered to resemble the face of a man 2. (in folklore and nursery rhyme) a character dwelling in the moon
[mang-guh l-wur-zuh l] /ˈmæŋ gəlˈwɜr zəl/ noun, Chiefly British. 1. a variety of the beet Beta vulgaris, cultivated as food for livestock. /ˈmænɡəlˌwɜːzəl/ noun 1. a Eurasian variety of the beet plant, Beta vulgaris, cultivated as a cattle food, having a large yellowish root Often shortened to mangel, mangold
/mahnjd/ [probably from the French “manger” or Italian “mangiare”, to eat; perhaps influenced by English “mange”, “mangy”] Refers to anything that is mangled or damaged, usually beyond repair. “The disk was manged after the electrical storm.” Compare mung. [Jargon File]
/ˈmɑːəŋəɑːəʊ/ noun (pl) mangeao 1. a small tree with glossy leaves, Litsae calicaris, of New Zealand’s North Island