noun, plural ma·nos [mah-nohz; Spanish mah-naws]. /ˈmɑ noʊz; Spanish ˈmɑ nɔs/.
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Origin of mano
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Manos, 52 years old and a Haiti native who came here in 1970, worked for Bear Stearns for some 25 years, starting in 1982.
The distribution of metates through the deposit was not as random as that of manos.
Four lesser sites yielding core tools, and manos were noted along the small tributary system on which the Tank Site is located.
The specific name is probably formed of two Greek words—thrix, “a hair,” and manos, “soft.”How to Know the Ferns|S. Leonard Bastin
They may be distinguished from manos by their reduced size though many appear to look like little manos.
The ratio of manos to metates is quite different here than at the Tank Site.