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mant

verb \ ˈmant \

Definition of mant

-ed/-ing/-s
chiefly Scottish

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Origin and Etymology of mant

Scottish Gaelic mannd, noun, stammer


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mant

noun \ " \

Definition of mant

plural -s
chiefly Scottish
: a speech impediment : stammer

Origin and Etymology of mant

Scottish Gaelic mannd


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mant

noun

Definition of mant

plural -s
obsolete
: mantilla; also : manteau

Origin and Etymology of mant

French mante, from Middle French, from Old Provençal manta, from (assumed) Vulgar Latin, blanket, cloak, alteration of Late Latin mantus cloak, back-formation from Latin mantellum


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