[man-tee-kuh] /mænˈti kə/

a town in central California.

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    [man-tl-bawrd, -bohrd] /ˈmæn tlˌbɔrd, -ˌboʊrd/ noun, Chiefly South Midland U.S. 1. .

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    [man-tl-et, mant-lit] /ˈmæn tlˌɛt, ˈmænt lɪt/ noun 1. a short mantle. 2. Also, mantlet. Military. /ˈmæntəˌlɛt/ noun 1. a woman’s short mantle, often lace-trimmed, worn in the mid-19th century 2. a portable bulletproof screen or shelter

  • Mantellone

    [man-tl-oh-nee] /ˌmæn tlˈoʊ ni/ noun, Roman Catholic Church. 1. a purple mantle extending to the ankles, worn over the cassock by lesser prelates of the papal court.

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    [man-tl-et-uh] /ˌmæn tlˈɛt ə/ noun, Roman Catholic Church. 1. a silk or woolen sleeveless vestment reaching to the knees, worn by cardinals, bishops, and other prelates. /ˌmæntɪˈlɛtə/ noun 1. (RC Church) a sleeveless knee-length vestment, worn by cardinals, bishops, etc

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