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noun 
  1. A collective mass of people.
Democracy must balance the rights of the few against the will of the
A great do not understand this.
adjective (comparative=more, superlative=most)
  1. An indefinite large number of.
Many people enjoy using dictionaries
There are different ways to define a word
pronoun 
  1. An indefinite large number of people or things.
Many are called, but few are chosen.
Etymology: (term, manig, maniÄ, lang=ang), (term, monig, moniÄ, lang=ang), from (Ger.)
  • manago-, from
  • monogÊo-. Cognate with West Frisian (term, mannich, lang=fry), Dutch (term, menig, lang=nl), German (term, manch, lang=de); and with Russian (term, , lang=ru), Scottish Gaelic (term, minig, lang=gd).



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