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See also: manx
- Manks (obsolete spelling)
- Relating to the Isle of Man and/or its Celto-Germanic people.
- Relating to the Manx language (also known as Manx Gaelic), a Gaelic language of the Goidelic family.
- Relating to the Manx cat breed.
relating to the Isle of Man and/or its people
relating to the Manx language
relating to the Manx cat breed
- A member or descendant of the Celto-Germanic people of the Isle of Man; a Manxman or Manxwoman.
- (collective, in the plural) the Manx; Manx people.
- A breed of domestic cat native to the Isle of Man, principally characterized by suppression of the tail, and with a short-haired coat and rounded, cobby body.
- (by extension) With a truncated or missing tail.
- 1962, Henry Sturmey, H. Walter Staner, The Autocar: A Journal Published in the Interests of the Mechanically Propelled Road Carriage:
- At the rear there is a cut-off Manx tail, similar to those of the early Cooper sports cars, and as currently used by Feirari.
- 2006, Colin Patterson, Pet Rats, Lulu.com, →ISBN, page 23:
- The Manx Rat: This tailless rat variety is usually smaller than the standard rat with front legs that are shorter than its hind legs.
- 2016 April 29, Rebecca Boyle, “Strange Manx comet is time capsule from the early solar system”, in (Please provide the book title or journal name), New Scientist:
- A cat of the Manx breed; a Manx cat.
- (cat of the Manx breed) Manx cat
cat of the Manx breed (these are translations of the word alone; for translations of the phrase "Manx cat", see Manx cat)
a Goidelic language spoken on the Isle of Man
- Manx language on Wikipedia.Wikipedia
- Manx (cat) on Wikipedia.Wikipedia
- Manx on Wikimedia Commons.Wikimedia Commons (for the cat breed)
- Manx - English Dictionary: from Webster's Dictionary
- ISO 639-1 code gv, ISO 639-3 code glv (SIL)
- Ethnologue entry for Manx, glv
Declension of Manx [sg-only, neuter, strong]