Marabouts

Marabouts, a sect of religious devotees of a priestly order much venerated in North Africa, believed to possess supernatural power, particularly in curing diseases, and exercising at times considerable political influence; their supernatural power appears to come to them by inheritance.

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

Mar * Maracaybo
Mantegna, Andrea
Mantell, Gideon
Manteuffel, Baron von
Mantra
Mantua
Mantuan Swan
Manu, Code of
Manzoni, Alessandro
Maoris
Mar
Marabouts
Maracaybo
Maranatha
Marañon
Marat, Jean Paul
Marathon
Marburg
Marceau
Marcello, Benedetto
Marcellus, Claudius
Marcellus, Marcus