Did you by any chance mean manse?
- n. a member of a nomadic people of the northern Urals
- n. the Ugric language (related to Hungarian) spoken by the Vogul
“mansi, that is really innovative! bangles and egg..perfect! you've captured the planet effect very nicely:”
“In Rome he "examined the series of the bishops of that place" as far as Anicetus (epoiesamen ten diadochen) the translation; "I made for myself a list of them in their succession" is hardly credible; Rufinus's conjecture "'mansi', I abode there”
“November 16, 2009 at 11: 37 am hey mansi – thanks for your comment. yeah – imagine a one-stop location for all our web needs!”
“Every free man who has four mansi each mansi equals about 135 acres of his own property, or as a benefice from any one, shall equip himself and go to the army, either with his lord, if the lord goes, or with his count.”
“He who has only two mansi of his own property shall be joined to another who likewise has two mansi, and one of them, with the aid of the other, shall go to the army.”
“He who has three mansi of his own property shall be joined to a man who has one mansus, and shall aid him so that he may serve for both.”
“October 30, 2008 4: 08 PM, mansi mishra said ... yah she is really a goood actress doesnot matter what is her personal life is yah but its true that she is a perfect combination of beauty and brain and also c is a nice humanbeing. her innocent eyes says the truth of her character themselves.”
“Luv it mansi...thanks for sending it to the event.”
“Lovely margaritas mansi - just passing you my glass lol”
“Wonderful recipe mansi, looks very tempting and heathy too!”
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Cultural realia from Hungary.
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