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Man (Isle of)

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called by the ancient Britons main-au (little island), Latinised into Menav-ia. Cæsar calls it Mona (i.e. Mon-ah), the Scotch pronunciation of Manau. Mona and Pliny’s Monabia are varieties of “Menavia.”

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Entry taken from Dictionary of Phrase and Fable, edited by the Rev. E. Cobham Brewer, LL.D. and revised in 1895.

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Mambrino’s Helmet
Mamelon
Mamelukes
Mamma, Mother
Mammet
Mammon
Mammon of Unrighteousness (The)
Mammon’s Cave
Mammoth Cave (The)
Man (Isle of)
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Man Friday (A)
Man-jack
Man … Monkey
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Man Proposes
Man Threefold
Man in Black (The)
Man in the Iron Mask (The)
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