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EtymologyEdit

From French manille, influenced by Spanish manilla.

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manille (countable and uncountable, plural manilles)

  1. The second-highest trump in certain card games.
  2. A card game played with a deck of 32, in which the ten (or ‘manille’) is the highest in each suit.

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manille

  1. Allative singular form of mani.

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Etymology 1Edit

Alteration of earlier malille, from Spanish malilla, diminutive of mala.

NounEdit

manille f (plural manilles)

  1. (card games) manille

Etymology 2Edit

From Old Occitan manellie, of uncertain origin. Perhaps ultimately from Latin manicula (little hand), or from Old High German mānili (crescent-shaped ornament, bracelet, literally little moon).

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manille f (plural manilles)

  1. ring, bracelet (as worn by a slave or convict)

Etymology 3Edit

From Spanish manilla.

NounEdit

manille f (plural manilles)

  1. manilla

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