- maître d',
- maître d'hôtel,
- maître d'hôtel butter,
- maître de ballet,
Examples from the Web for manana
Statehood and "manana" are putting up a fierce contest to become exact synonyms.Oklahoma Sunshine|Freeman E. (Freeman Edwin) Miller
For I had not been in Cuba more than twenty-eight hours before the "manana philosophy" had laid hold of me.Mavis of Green Hill|Faith Baldwin
As it played backward and forward it tinged the crest of Manana, as the rock was called, with a faint halo of glory.
Two million dollars went into that experiment, but Manana won.The Weavers, Complete|Gilbert Parker
Reflected from Manana, a single gleam of light gave him further warning.
- some other and later time
from Spanish mañana, "tomorrow," from cras manñana, literally "tomorrow early," from Vulgar Latin *maneana "early," from Latin mane "in the morning," from PIE *ma- "good," with notion of "occurring at a good time, timely, early" (cf. matins; and see mature (v.)).