Manar
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Manar
See also: månar and mãnar

Catalan

Etymology

From a variant of Old Occitan mandar, from Latin mand?re, present active infinitive of mand? ("order, command").

Pronunciation

Verb

manar (first-person singular present mano, past participle manat)

  1. to order, command (issue a command to)
  2. to command (have supreme power over)

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Middle English

Noun

manar

  1. Alternative form of maner ("manor")

Portuguese

Etymology

From Latin m?n?re, present active infinitive of m?n? ("pour or gush forth").

Verb

manar (first-person singular present indicative mano, past participle manado)

  1. to ooze (be secreted or slowly leak)

Conjugation


Spanish

Etymology

From Latin m?n?re, present active infinitive of m?n? ("pour or gush forth").

Pronunciation

Verb

manar (first-person singular present mano, first-person singular preterite mané, past participle manado)

  1. to gush forth
  2. to flow
  3. to abound

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Swedish

Noun

manar

  1. indefinite plural of man

Verb

manar

  1. present tense of mana.

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