from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- proper n. Mann language
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. The muller, or crushing and grinding stone, used in grinding corn on a metate.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A cylindrical stone, slightly tapering to each end, used for grinding grain or cocoa. See also metate.
Sorry, no etymologies found.
Mano is short for hermano -- so almost A direct equivalent of "bro".
: Mano is short for hermano -- so almost A direct equivalent of "bro".
We found the truck in Mano-a-Mano, a local free classified paper similar to Nickel Ads. The previous owner kept meticulous records and cared for the truck very conscientiously.
When we were in Chicago recently during our celebration of our 30th wedding anniversary, we visited Bin 36, a mini-conglomerate downtown that includes a wine bar, a cheese bar, a downstairs restaurant called A Mano and a wine store that has 250 bottles, including some with its own label, all in one location.
Kabaira Bay there is an island called Mano, which stands five miles off from the mainland.
Mancera was quoted by local news media as saying Monday that the heads were accompanied by a note referring to the "Mano con Ojos" or "Hand with Eyes" drug gang.
Mexico City Attorney General Miguel Mancera said the heads were found on a busy ring-road with a note referring to the "Mano con Ojos" or "Hand with Eyes" drug gang.
Reservations for the demo must be made by calling A Mano at (201) 493-2000.
That’s because his name, Mano, is Hawaiian for ‘shark.’
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