[mey-nuh s] /ˈmeɪ nəs/
noun, plural manus.
Anatomy, Zoology. the distal segment of the forelimb of a vertebrate, including the carpus and the forefoot or hand.
Roman Law. power over persons, as that of the husband over the wife.
[mah-noos] /ˈmɑ nus/
noun, plural Manus.
a member of a people living on the island of Manus, in the Admiralty Islands.
[man-oo] /ˈmæn u/
noun, Hindu Mythology.
the progenitor and lawgiver of the human race.
noun (pl) -nus
(anatomy) the wrist and hand
the corresponding part in other vertebrates
(Roman law) the authority of a husband over his wife
(English law) (formerly) an oath or the person taking an oath
manus ma·nus (mā’nəs, mān’əs)
n. pl. manus
- Manu samoa
/ˈmænʊ/ noun 1. the international Rugby Union football team of Western Samoa
[man-yuh-skript] /ˈmæn yəˌskrɪpt/ noun 1. the original text of an author’s work, handwritten or now usually typed, that is submitted to a publisher. 2. any text not printed. 3. a book or document written before the invention of printing. 4. writing, as distinguished from print. adjective 5. handwritten or typed, not professionally printed. /ˈmænjʊˌskrɪpt/ noun […]
[man-vil] /ˈmæn vɪl/ noun 1. a borough in N central New Jersey.
[man-werd] /ˈmæn wərd/ adverb 1. Also, manwards. toward humankind: The church directed its attention manward as well as heavenward. adjective 2. directed toward humankind.
[man-wey] /ˈmænˌweɪ/ noun 1. a passage in a mine wide enough for a single person.