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# A [[comic]]; a non-animated cartoon, especially one done in a Japanese style.
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# {{uncountable}} An artistic style heavily used in, and associated with, [[Japanese]] [[comics]], and that has also been adopted by a comparatively small number of comics from other countries.
# A professionally produced Japanese comic, opposed to [[doujinshi]].
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# {{countable}} A [[comic]] originated in [[Japan]], regardless of the artistic style.
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# {{countable}} A professionally produced Japanese comic, as opposed to [[doujinshi]].
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# {{rare|countable|chiefly|proscribed|_|by|_|fandom}} A comic that uses the manga style, regardless of the country of origin.
   
 
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* Arabic: {{t|ar|مانغا|f|tr=manga, mangha}}, {{qualifier|Egyptian spelling}} {{t|ar|منجا|f|tr=manga}}
 
* Arabic: {{t|ar|مانغا|f|tr=manga, mangha}}, {{qualifier|Egyptian spelling}} {{t|ar|منجا|f|tr=manga}}
 
* Belarusian: {{t|be| манга|f|tr=mánha|xs=Belarusian}}
 
* Belarusian: {{t|be| манга|f|tr=mánha|xs=Belarusian}}

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See also: mangá and många

English

A young boy reading Black Cat in a Barnes & Noble bookstore.

Etymology

From Japanese 漫画 (manga), (man-) "random, uncontrolled" + (-ga) "picture, sketch". After an 1814 book by Katsushika Hokusai.

Pronunciation

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  • Hyphenation: man‧ga
  • Rhymes: -æŋɡə

Noun

manga (plural manga or -)

  1. Template:uncountable An artistic style heavily used in, and associated with, Japanese comics, and that has also been adopted by a comparatively small number of comics from other countries.
  2. Template:countable A comic originated in Japan, regardless of the artistic style.
  3. Template:countable A professionally produced Japanese comic, as opposed to doujinshi.
  4. Template:rare A comic that uses the manga style, regardless of the country of origin.

Translations

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Catalan

Etymology

From Japanese 漫画 (manga), (man-) "random, uncontrolled" + (-ga) "picture, sketch". After an 1814 book by Katsushika Hokusai.

Noun

manga m (plural manges)

  1. manga (Japanese comic book)

Dutch

Noun

manga ? (plural mangaatje, ??? please provide the diminutive!)

  1. A manga

Galician

Noun

manga f (plural mangas)

  1. A mango (fruit)

Related terms


Italian

Noun

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  1. Template:manga A manga

Anagrams


Japanese

Noun

manga (hiragana まんが, romaji manga)

  1. Template:manga 漫画 Japanese comics

See also


Maori

Noun

Template:infl

  1. A stream, creek

Polish

Etymology

From Japanese 漫画

Pronunciation

Noun

Template:infl

  1. Template:manga A manga

Declension


Portuguese

Etymology 1

From Latin manica, cognate with Spanish, French manche.

Noun

manga Template:f

  1. A sleeve.

Etymology 2

Noun

manga Template:f

  1. mango fruit.
  2. mango tree.
Synonyms

Spanish

Etymology

From Latin manica, cognate with Portuguese, French manche.

Noun

Template:es-noun-f

  1. sleeve
  2. manga

Related terms


Swedish

Noun

manga ?

  1. Template:manga A manga

Turkish

Noun

manga

  1. squad