Mandæans

Mandæans, a community found working as skilled artisans in the Persian province of Khuzistan, and in Basra on the Euphrates; are a religious sect; called also Sabians, and holding tenets gathered from Christian, Jewish, and heathen sources, resembling those of the ancient Gnostics; their priesthood admits women; their chief rite is baptism, and hence their old name, Christians of St. John the Baptist.

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Manchuria * Mandalay
Man of Feeling
Man of Ross
Man of Sin
Manasseh-ben-Israel
Manby, Captain
Mancha, La
Manche, La
Manchester
Manchester, Edward Montagu, Earl of
Manchuria
Mandæans
Mandalay
Mandarin
Mandeville, Bernard de
Mandeville, Sir John
Mandingoes
Manes
Manes, Mani
Manetho
Manfred
Manfred, Count