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Webster 1913 Edition


Manse

Manse

,
Noun.
[LL.
mansa
,
mansus
,
mansum
, a farm, fr. L.
manere
,
mansum
, to stay, dwell. See
Mansion
,
Manor
.]
1.
A dwelling house, generally with land attached.
2.
The parsonage; a clergyman’s house.
[Scot.]
Capital manse
,
the manor house, or lord's court.

Webster 1828 Edition


Manse

MANSE

,
Noun.
mans. [L. mansio, from maneo, to abide.]
1.
A house or habitation; particularly, a parsonage house. A capital manse is the manor-house or lord's court.
2.
A farm.

Definition 2023


Manse

Manse

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Finnish

Proper noun

Manse

  1. Commonly used nickname of the city of Tampere, in Finland (pop. 200,000).

Declension

Inflection of Manse (Kotus type 8/nalle, no gradation)
nominative Manse
genitive Mansen
partitive Mansea
illative Manseen
singular plural
nominative Manse
accusative nom. Manse
gen. Mansen
genitive Mansen
partitive Mansea
inessive Mansessa
elative Mansesta
illative Manseen
adessive Mansella
ablative Manselta
allative Manselle
essive Mansena
translative Manseksi
instructive
abessive Mansetta
comitative

manse

manse

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English

An old manse, Concord, Massachusetts, USA

Verb

manse (third-person singular simple present manses, present participle mansing, simple past and past participle mansed)

  1. (transitive) To excommunicate; curse.

Etymology 2

From Latin mansus (dwelling), from manere (to remain), from whence also manor, mansion.

Noun

manse (plural manses)

  1. A house inhabited by the minister of a parish.
  2. (archaic) A family dwelling, an owner-occupied house.
  3. A large house, a mansion.
Quotations
  • circa 1890: George Otto Trevelyan, Life and Letters of Lord Macaulay
    All favourable hereditary influences, both intellectual and moral, are assured by a genealogy which derives from a Scotch Manse.
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Latin

Participle

manse

  1. vocative masculine singular of mansus