[ma-nezh, -neyzh] /mæˈnɛʒ, -ˈneɪʒ/
the art of training and riding horses.
the action, movements, or paces of a trained horse.
a school for training horses and teaching horsemanship.
the art of training horses and riders Compare dressage
a riding school
1640s, “riding school;” 1776, “horsemanship, movements proper to a trained horse,” from French manège, from Italian maneggio, from maneggiare “to control (a horse),” (see manage (v.)).
portion (Ezek. 45:12), rendered “pound” (1 Kings 10:17; Ezra 2:69; Neh. 7:71, 72), a weight variously estimated, probably about 2 1/2 or 3 lbs. A maneh of gold consisted of a hundred common shekels (q.v.). (Comp. 1 Kings 10:17, and 2 Chr. 9:16).
[meyn] /meɪn/ noun 1. the long hair growing on the back of or around the neck and neighboring parts of some animals, as the horse or lion. 2. Informal. (on a human being) a head of distinctively long and thick or rough hair. /meɪn/ noun 1. the long coarse hair that grows from the crest […]
[mey-neez; Latin mah-nes] /ˈmeɪ niz; Latin ˈmɑ nɛs/ noun 1. (used with a plural verb) Roman Religion. the souls of the dead; shades. 2. (used with a singular verb) the spirit or shade of a particular dead person. [mey-neez] /ˈmeɪ niz/ noun 1. a.d. 216?–276? Persian prophet: founder of Manicheanism. [meyn] /meɪn/ noun 1. the […]
[ma-ney; French ma-ne] /mæˈneɪ; French maˈnɛ/ noun 1. Édouard [ey-dwar] /eɪˈdwar/ (Show IPA), 1832–83, French painter. /French manɛ/ noun 1. Édouard (edwar). 1832–83, French painter. His painting Le Déjeuner sur l’herbe (1863), which was condemned by the Parisian establishment, was acclaimed by the impressionists, whom he decisively influenced