noun (plural: manes)
Etymology: Middle English mone, from Old English manu, from common Germanic
- longer hair growth on back of neck of a horse
- longer hair growth around head of male lions
- manÅ, ultimately from Proto-Indo-European
- mon- "neck". Near cognates include German Míhne and Dutch maan.
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