[ mah-nous ]
/ mɑˈnaʊs /
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a port in and the capital of Amazonas, in northern Brazil, on the Río Negro near its confluence with the Amazon River: about 1,000 miles (1,600 kilometers) from the Atlantic but accessible to some ocean trade.
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Words nearby Manáos
Manama, mana motuhake, mañana, Man and Superman, Manannan, Manáos, Manarola, manas, Manassas, Manasseh, Manassite
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How to use Manáos in a sentence
The superintendent and many of the workers go down the river to Para and Manaos or to villages on higher ground.The Wonder Book of Knowledge|Various
Here, too, lived the Manaos Indians, who so long resisted the Portuguese.Celebrated Travels and Travellers|Jules Verne
We may learn at Manaos, where there is also a chance for letters for us, and American papers.The Letters of William James, Vol. 1|William James
What more could she have learned in a convent at Manaos or Belem?
Of the ancient Manaos one can count but a wandering party or two.
British Dictionary definitions for Manáos
/ (Portuguese məˈnaus) /
a variant spelling of Manaus
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