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Mano

Mano \Ma"no\, n. [Sp., lit., hand.] The muller, or crushing and grinding stone, used in grinding corn on a metate. [Mexico & Local U. S.]

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mano

n. A rolling pin-like stone, used to grind maize or other grain on a metate.

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Mano (comics)

Mano is a fictional character that is a DC Comics supervillain living in the 30th century and, as a member of the Fatal Five, a foe of the Legion of Super-Heroes. Created by Jim Shooter, the character first appeared in Adventure Comics #352 (January 1967).

Mano

Mano may refer to:

Mano (singer)

Nagoor Babu, known by his stage nameMano, is an Indian playback singer, voice-over artist, actor, producer, television anchor and music composer. He is a recipient of several awards such as the Nandi Awards from the Government of Andhra Pradesh and Kalaimamani award from the Government of Tamil Nadu.

Mano has recorded more than 30,000 songs for various Telugu, Bengali, Kannada, Malayalam, Tamil, Oriya and Bollywood films. He has also performed for over 3000 live concerts across the continents. Notably, he has recorded 2,000 songs for music director Ilayaraja.

Mano (Mozambican footballer)

Celso Halilo de Abdul (born 28 April 1984 in Gaza Province, Mozambique) is a professional Mozambican football player who plays for El Gounah.

Mano (Portuguese footballer)

Luís Miguel Lopes Mendes (born 9 April 1987), known as Mano, is a Portuguese professional footballer who plays for G.D. Estoril Praia mainly as a right back.

Mano (mythology)

In Sami mythology, Mano, Manno, Aske, or Manna is a personification of the moon as a female deity.

The Sami worldview was animistic in nature, with shamanistic features, and in that worldview their divinities occupied important positions. Every force of nature was associated with a god or goddess, and sources of livelihood were believed to be safeguarded by beings in the spiritual world that could be persuaded to be more favourable.

Like other nature-deities, the goddess Mano was seen as unpredictable and dangerous. She was worshiped around the time of the new moon, especially around the Winter Solstice, and during that time it was taboo to make any kind of noise.

Christian missionaries and priests normally did not understand these Pagan concepts but regarded them as Satanic. The Sami were forcibly converted to Christianity and shamanistic practices forbidden.

Sami spirituality brought unearthliness—the spiritual world—to the Sami. The shaman was the intermediary between this world and the spiritual. Some Sami shamans had Noaidi drums, and at least one such drum with a Mano moon symbol has been discovered.

Mano (gesture)

Mano or Pagmamano is a gesture used in Filipino culture performed as a sign of respect to elders and as a way of accepting a blessing from the elder. Similar to hand-kissing, the person giving the greeting bows towards the offered hand of the elder and presses his or her forehead on the elder's hand. Usually performed with the right hand, the person showing respect may ask "Mano po" to the elder in order to ask permission to initiate the gesture. Typically someone may mano to his or her older relatives upon entry into their home or upon seeing them.

The word "mano" is Spanish for "hand" while the word "po" is often used in Filipino culture and language at the end of each sentence as a sign of respect when addressing someone older. Put together, "mano po" literally translates to "your hand please" as the greeting initiates the gesture of touching the back of the hand of an elder lightly on one’s forehead. An identical tradition is followed in neighbouring Indonesia and Malaysia called " salim" and "salam" respectively, suggesting that the Mano po tradition dates to precolonial times.

Mano (stone)

A mano ( Spanish for hand) is a ground stone tool used with a metate to process or grind food by hand.

Mano (name)

The name Mano may refer to:

  • Mano (Mozambican footballer) (born 1984), real name Celso Halilo de Abdul
  • Mano (Portuguese footballer) (born 1987), real name Luís Miguel Lopes Mendes
  • Mano (singer) (born 1965), stage name of Indian playback singer Nagoor Babu
  • Major Mano, a senior Tamil Tigers commander
  • Mano of Kauai, eighth Moi of Kauai, Hawaii
  • Manó Andrássy (1821-1891), Hungarian painter, caricaturist, collector, traveler and politician
  • Mano Brown, vocalist from Racionais MC's
  • Mano Dayak (1949-1995), Tuareg leader
  • Mano Ganesan (born 1959), Sri Lankan politician
  • Manó Kogutowicz (1851-1908), Hungarian cartographer
  • Mano Menezes (born 1962), Brazilian football coach
  • Manó Széchényi (1858-1926), Hungarian politician
  • Mano Wijeyeratne (1957-2011), Sri Lankan politician
  • Erina Mano (born 1991), the solo artist for Hello!Project
  • Mordechai Mano (1922-1969), Israeli businessman

Usage examples of "mano".

Intanto Muzio, diseredato, dormiva placidamente nella sua cameretta ancora adorna dalla mano materna in un magnifico letticino.

Dopo aver respirato fortemente per assicurarsi che viveva ancora, passatasi la mano sulla fronte.

Ma intanto niuno lo aveva mai veduto stendere la mano, ragione per cui gli altri mendichi lo chiamavano con sarcasmo: il signor mendico.

E passava e ripassava la mano sul liscio mento dove fra le macchie di cui avevanlo chiazzato la lussuria e la depravazione, si scorgeva la pallida e giallognola cute del camaleonte.

They could hear Mano restlessly sectioning off the lake with great thrusts of his muscular body.

Honu aumakua were still back on the surface, waiting to help the Mano people evacuate their finny friends.

More than once, Frank had used Mano to convince him to take on another job.

The two of them had spent countless hours together and, in the early period of that relationship, Mano had revealed his fierce possessiveness of his new country.

Compared to Spain, Mano had described America as a child, an innocent child, that could be influenced to achieve greatness or, under the wrong guidance, fall prey to the greed and power of a corrupt few.

Seeing Mano after all these years had thrown him, and his emotions were too close to the surface.

Frank Adams, my superior, sent me on this assignment, just as he recruited Mano and Hogan.

They worked so smoothly together that when Mano had joined them, both were afraid that the new man would disrupt their efficiency.

E dopo essersi passata la mano sul mento con compiacenza, il Cardinale accennando col dito faceva segno a Gianni di andare.

Cristo era inchiodato sulla croce per mano della giustizia, Galileo dalla giustizia posto alla tortura.

Allo strappo violento della mano del mio salvatore il cavallo fa un mezzo giro a sinistra, inciampa e va a fracassarsi il cranio contro il muro di una casa.