manière

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See also: maniere, maniéré, and maniére

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Etymology[edit]

From Middle French maniere, from Old French maniere, meniere, manere, itself either from a Vulgar Latin *manāria, from feminine of Latin manuārius (belonging to the hand), or from the Old French masculine manier, itself from the same source. Compare Occitan manièra, Catalan manera, Spanish manera, Portuguese maneira.

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manière f (plural manières)

  1. manner, way
    une autre manière de vivre
    another way of living
  2. (Louisiana) somewhat, kinda, sorta, a bit, a little
    Alle est manière tchaque drette asteur. - She's a little drunk right now.

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Noun[edit]

manière

  1. plural of manièra