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.
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Example sentences from the Web for mandyas
I have been told by Mandyas on several occasions that they were still manbo, that is, still unbaptized.
The Manbo lives in as dark forests and on as lofty mountains as those occupied by Mandyas.
With the Mandyas and Debabons, they have helped to reduce the once extensive Maggugan tribe to the remnant that it is to-day.
Even the little stalls erected by Mandyas for the married couples are very seldom to be found.
This fashion is not very prevalent even on the upper Agsan, and is probably adopted from the Mandyas.