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Mandouʹsians

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Very short swords. So called from a certain Spanish nobleman of the house of Mendoʹsa, who brought them into use. (See Swords.)

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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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Man of Wax
Man of Whipcord (A)
Manche (French)
Manchester
Manchester Poet
Manciple (A)
Mandamus (Latin)
Mandana
Mandarin
Mandeville (Bernard de)
Mandousians
Mandrabul
Mandrake
Mandricardo
Manduce
Manes
Manfred
Manger or Manger le Morceau
Manheim
Mani
Mani, Manes, or Manichæus