MAN , the word
See also:common to Teutonic
See also:languages for a single
See also:person of the human
See also:race, of either sex, the
See also:Lat. homo, and Gr. av6pwiros; also for the human race collectively, and for a full-grown adult male .human being . Teutonic languages, other than
See also:English, have usually adopted a derivative in the first sense, e.g . German Mensch . Philologists are not in agreement as to whether the
See also:Sanskrit manu is the
See also:direct source, or whether both are to be traced to a common
See also:root . Doubt also is thrown on the theory that the word is to be referred to the Indo-Germanic root, men, meaning " to think," seen in " mind," man being essentially the thinking or intelligent animal .
ISLE OF MAN (anc. Mona)
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