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
Examples from the Web for mandyas
I have been told by Mandyas on several occasions that they were still manbo, that is, still unbaptized.
This is a custom more prevalent among the Mandyas than among the Manbos.
The Manskas do not seem to me to be as distinct tribally as are the Manbos and Mandyas.
I find verbal evidences of human sacrifices in those regions only that are near to the territory of the Bagbos and the Mandyas.
The Mandyas and the Debabons very commonly have ornamental racks in which they keep their weapons.