noun, plural man·dy·ai [mahn-dee-e] /mɑnˈdi ɛ/, English man·dy·as·es [man-dee-uh-siz] /mænˈdi ə sɪz/ Greek Orthodox Church.
Origin of mandyas
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The Mandyas say that they migrated to Mysore from some place near Tirupati.Castes and Tribes of Southern India
The Manskas do not seem to me to be as distinct tribally as are the Manbos and Mandyas.
I judge them to be the result of intermarriage between the Maggugans and the Mandyas.
The products of the Manbo loom are not as numerous and artistic as those of the Mandyas.
I have been told by Mandyas on several occasions that they were still manbo, that is, still unbaptized.