What is another word for Mano?

Pronunciation: [mˈɑːnə͡ʊ] (IPA)

Mano is a word that originated in the Spanish language and is commonly used in several South American countries. It refers to the word "hand" in English. There are many synonyms for the word Mano in different languages, including palma, garra, puño, and dedo. These words have a similar meaning to the word Mano, but they are used in different contexts. For instance, the word "puño" refers to the fist, while "garra" is used to describe an animal's claw. These synonyms are excellent for giving variety and depth to your writing, and they can be employed in different settings, including literature, poetry, and songs.

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  • Independent

    • Proper noun, singular
      ma, Mos.
    • Verb, base form
      man.
  • Other Related

    • Proper noun, singular
      Manno.

What are the hypernyms for Mano?

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Usage examples for Mano

A saucy smile about his mouth, Capito walks beside the two girls; he softly hums to himself 'La ci darem la Mano!
"Erlach Court"
Ossip Schubin
In the account of the conquest of Yucatan by Cogolludo it is stated, that on the arrival of the Spaniards at the Indian town of Tihoo, on the site of which, it will be remembered, Merida now stands, they found many cerros hechos a Mano, i.
"Incidents of Travel in Yucatan, Vol. I."
John L. Stephens
Not knowing where exactly Uncle Mano would be waiting I walked towards the entrance keeping a careful lookout for him.
"Free from School"
Rahul Alvares

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