English Etymology From the past paticiple stem of Latin manumittere.
Pronunciation IPA: /mÃ¦njÊ'mÉªÊÉn/
#:*1985: The more innocent dreamed of a manumission kindly bestowed by the new Emperor as one of a number of acts of justice and clemency proper to a new reign. â Anthony Burgess, Kingdom of the Wicked
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