Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun A cylindrical stone, slightly tapering to each end, used for grinding grain or cocoa. See also metate.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • noun Mexico & Local U. S. The muller, or crushing and grinding stone, used in grinding corn on a metate.

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  • proper noun Mann language

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Examples

  • Mano is short for hermano -- so almost A direct equivalent of "bro".

    Equivalent of "dude", "man", "bro"?

  • : Mano is short for hermano -- so almost A direct equivalent of "bro".

    Equivalent of "dude", "man", "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.

    Price of a used vehicle in mexico

  • 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.

    Price of a used vehicle in mexico

  • 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.

    Price of a used vehicle in mexico

  • 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.

    Price of a used vehicle in mexico

  • 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.

    The Joys of Wine Bars

  • Kabaira Bay there is an island called Mano, which stands five miles off from the mainland.

    Rídan The Devil And Other Stories 1899

  • 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.

    CBC | Top Stories News

  • 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.

    NEWS.com.au | Top Stories

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