noun Hinduism, Buddhism.
Origin of manas
Origin of mana
or Man·a, Min·ni
Examples from the Web for manas
Contemporary Examples of manas
Most locals think that the U.S. is looking for a back-up option to Manas in Kyrgyzstan, and that may well be the case.The Afghanistan-Kyrgyzstan Connection
June 19, 2010
Opposition leaders have long said they would eject Western forces from the base at Manas, as Russia desires.Russia's New Push for Power
Judith Miller, Doug Schoen
April 19, 2010
Historical Examples of manas
They had sacked Urumtsi, and were laving close siege to Manas.The Life of Yakoob Beg
The Lhobrak was finally identified with the Manas river, a geographical discovery of some importance.
Manas had fallen in love with the King of Satyn's daughter, and had vowed to carry her off.
Manas resisted vigorously, and in an instant overthrew man and horse.
Now it happened that the boar just slain was an intimate friend of Manas, a huge and frightful giant, own brother to Maroke.
Word Origin for mana
"power, authority, supernatural power," 1843, from Maori, "power, authority, supernatural power."