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mansard
noun , archit (in full mansard roof) a four-sided roof, each side of which is in two parts, the lower part sloping more steeply.
[18c: from French mansarde , named after François Mansart (1598?1666), French architect]


manse
noun especially in Scotland: the house of a religious minister.
[15c in obsolete sense -mansion house-: from Latin mansus dwelling]


manservant
noun (menservants ) old use a male servant, especially a valet.


mansion pronunciación
noun
1 a large house, usually a grand or luxurious one.
2 (mansions or Mansions) Brit used eg as the name or address of a residential property: a large building divided into luxury apartments Belgravia Mansions .
3 now rare a manor house.
[14c in obsolete sense -a dwelling place-: French, from Latin mansio remaining]


manslaughter
noun
1 law the crime of homicide without malice aforethought, eg as a result of gross negligence, provocation or diminished responsibility.
2 old use the killing of a person by another.
[14c]


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