[man-ish] /ˈmæn ɪʃ/
being typical or suggestive of a man rather than a woman:
mannish clothing styles for women; a mannish voice.
resembling a man, as in size or manner:
a mannish youth.
(of a woman) having or displaying qualities regarded as typical of a man
of or resembling a man
Old English mennisc “human, human-like, natural,” from Proto-Germanic *manniska- (cf. Old Saxon mannisc, Old High German mennisc, Gothic mannisks), from *manna- (see man (n.)). In some cases a new formation from man (n.) + -ish.
Sense of “masculine” is from late 14c.; in reference to women seen as masculine, from late 14c. Of adult males (opposed to childish) from 1520s. Related: Mannishly; mannishness. The proto-Germanic adjective became, in some languages, a noun meaning “human” (cf. German Mensch), and in Old English mannish also was used as a noun “mankind, folk, race, people.”
[man-ahyt] /ˈmæn aɪt/ noun 1. .
[man-i-tawl, -tol] /ˈmæn ɪˌtɔl, -ˌtɒl/ noun 1. Chemistry. a white, crystalline, sweetish, water-soluble, carbohydrate alcohol, C 6 H 8 (OH) 6 , occurring in three optically different forms, the common one being found in the manna of the ash Fraxinus ornus and in other plants: used chiefly in the manufacture of resins, electrolytic condensers for […]
noun, Chemistry, Pharmacology. 1. a colorless, crystalline, water-insoluble, explosive solid, C 6 H 8 N 6 O 1 8 , used as a fulminating agent in percussion caps and in the treatment of hypertension and coronary insufficiency.
[man-ohs] /ˈmæn oʊs/ noun, Chemistry. 1. a hexose, C 6 H 1 2 O 6 , obtained from the hydrolysis of the ivory nut and yielding mannitol upon reduction. /ˈmænəʊs; -nəʊz/ noun 1. a hexose sugar found in mannitol and many polysaccharides. Formula: C6H12O6 mannose man·nose (mān’ōs’) n. A monosaccharide obtained from various plants by […]