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handbook, instruction book
manual
treatment for hands and nails
manicure
handcuffs, device for confining the hands
manacle
an order or command
mandate
Latin word meaning "to order"
mandare
a training exercise; a movement or procedure involving skill and dexterity
maneuver
Latin words meaning "to work by hand"
manu operari
an Italian dish of pasta tubes stuffed with meat or ricotta cheese, usually served with tomato sauce
manicotti (plural form of the Italian word "manicotto," meaning "muff")
What is the derivation of the word "manicotti"?
Italian plural form of "manicotto" (muff)< "manica" (sleeve) < Latin "manicae" (sleeves) < "manus" (hand)
one who handles, controls, or directs
manager
to operate or control by skilled use of the hands; handle
manipulate
1. an ornamental silk band hung as an ecclesiastical vestment on the left arm
2. a subdivision of an ancient Roman legion, containing 60 or 120 men
maniple
What is the derivation of the word "maniple"?
Middle English < Old French < Latin "manipulus" (handful) < "manus" (hand)
a way of doing something or the way in which a thing is done
manner
a hand-held stone or roller for grinding grains on a metate
mano (Spanish for "hand")
a face-to-face confrontation or competitive struggle
mano a mano (hand-to-hand)
a body part or process shaped like a handle
manubrium (Latin for "handle")
to make or process a raw material into a finished product, especially by a large-scale industrial operation
manufacture
to free from bondage, oppression, or restraint; liberate; emancipate
manumit
the distal part of the forelimb of a vertebrate, including the wrist and hand or the carpus and forefoot
manus (Latin for "hand")
Latin word for "hand"
manus
a typewritten or handwritten version of a book or other work
manuscript