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Manus

Ma´nus
n.1.(Anat.) The distal segment of the fore limb, including the carpus and fore foot or hand.
Noun1.Manusmanus - the (prehensile) extremity of the superior limb; "he had the hands of a surgeon"; "he extended his mitt"
Synonyms: hand, mitt, paw

MANUS. Anciently signified the person taking an oath as a compurgator. The use of this word probably came from the party laying his hand on the New Testament. Manus signifies, among the civilians, power, and is frequently used as synonymous with potestas. Lec. El. Dr. Rom. Sec. 94.

arm, arteria digitalis, arteria metacarpea, ball, clenched fist, digital arteries, extremity, finger, fist, hand, homo, hooks, human, human being, intercapitular vein, left, left hand, man, maulers, meat hooks, metacarpal artery, metacarpal vein, metacarpus, mitt, palm, paw, right, right hand, thenar, vena intercapitalis, vena metacarpus
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manul
manularity
Manumise
Manumission
Manumit
manumitter
Manumotive
Manumotor
Manurable
Manurage
Manurance
Manure
Manurement
Manurer
Manurial
Manuring
-- Manus --
Manuscript
Manuscriptal
Manutenency
Manway
Manx
Manx cat
Manx puffin
Manx shearwater
Many
many a
many an
many another
many more
Many one
Many-minded
Many-sided
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