noun, plural man·tas [man-tuh z; Spanish mahn-tahs] /ˈmæn təz; Spanish ˈmɑn tɑs/.
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For everyone else, the recently unveiled Manta Underwater Room in Zanzibar sounds like a dream come true.
Resting the beam on the coping of the wall, at a word, they plunged it forward against the manta, which rocked under the blow.The Fair God|Lew Wallace
Much has been said of the danger of these fisheries, both from the shark, and another enemy called the 'Manta.'The World of Waters|Mrs. David Osborne
With a nod of thanks Driscoll turned curiously to the loaded shelves, and gazed at the bolts of manta, calico, and red flannel.The Missourian|Eugene P. (Eugene Percy) Lyle