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Manse

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Definition of the noun manse

What does manse mean as a name of something?

noun - plural: manses

  1. a large and imposing house
  2. the residence of a clergyman (especially a Presbyterian clergyman)
    • lexical domain: Artifacts - nouns denoting man-made objects
    • more generic word: residence = the official house or establishment of an important person

Alternative definition of the noun manse

noun

  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.

Character

Manse is a fictional character from the 1971 film Mira.

Miscellanea

Manse: A manse is a clergy house inhabited by, or formerly inhabited by, a minister, usually used in the context of Presbyterian, Methodist, United church and other traditions.

Phrases with Manse

  1. Son of the Manse
  2. Child of the Manse
  3. Daughter of the Manse

Printed dictionaries and other books with definitions for Manse

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Google previewBed & Breakfast Stops in England, Scotland, Wales & Ireland (2002)

by Hunter Publishing, Incorporated

The Manse is a comfortable Victorian house in a small friendly village. It is an ideal base for walking, including the south west coast path, diving, fishing and exploring the beautiful Lizard Peninsula. Double rooms (one en suite) have vanity unit ...

Google previewTopographical Dictionary of Scotland (1989)

Comprising the Several Counties, Islands, Cities, Burgh and Market Towns, Parishes, and Principal Villages With Historical and Statistical by Samuel Lewis

the manse is a comfortable residence, and the glebe is of the annual value of £20.

Google previewThe New Staistical Account of Scotland: pt.1-2 Banff, Elgin, Nairn (1845)

The manse is an elegant and commodious dwelling, situated on the top of a romantic knoll, 200 or 300 feet above the level of the Avon, and commanding an extensive view of the picturesque valley of the Avon to the south, with the summits of ...

Google previewA New History of Aberdeenshire (1875)

by Alexander Smith

The Manse is an old building, so is the Church, but both are considered suitable for the parish. Markets. The old Market of St. Sair's is held on the Wednesday after the last Tuesday in June (0. S.), for the sale of cattle, sheep, and horses.

Google previewThe New Statistical Account of Scotland: Linlithgow, Haddington Berwick (1845)

The manse is an old house with additions, part of which were made at the expense of the present incumbent. The glebe is about fourteen English acres. Education. — There is a sufficient school-house, with a residence for the teacher.

Google previewAbstracts of Records and Manuscripts Respecting the County of Gloucester (1807)

Formed Into a History, Correcting the Very Erroneous Accounts, and Supplying Numerous Deficiencies in Sir Rob. Atkins, and Subsequent Writers by Thomas Dudley Fosbroke

The rectorial manse is a venerable relick of antiquity, having, besides other things, a moulding of a large arched window of the early part of the 14th cent. shewing that it once had a chapel, some of such houses anciently not only having these, ...

Google previewMurder in the Manse (2010)

by R. Furman Kenney, Sr.

As you will see, the manse is a very large house. It was evidently planned and built about a hundred years ago for the use of a very large family. There are several bedrooms upstairs all of which are furnished by the church though in a rather ...

Google previewSupplement to the Dictionary of the Decisions of the Court of Session (1826)

by Mungo Ponton Brown

MANSE. 1778. July 31. Ma MICHAEL GREENLAW at Creich against Hrs Hsnr' rons. - THE repairing of manses is committed to the presbytery of the bounds, and , if any dispute shall happen between them and the heritors, it is competent to ...

Google previewThe Early Republic and Antebellum America: An Encyclopedia of Social, Political, Cultural, and Economic History (2015)

An Encyclopedia of Social, Political, Cultural, and Economic History by Christopher G. Bates

Manse ̄ from the family of essayist Ralph Waldo Emerson, and the Hawthornes soon became intimately involved in the social circle of the New England transcendentalists, which included Emerson, Bronson Alcott, and Henry David Thoreau.

Google previewHistorical Dictionary of Nietzscheanism (2013)

by Carol Diethe

NIETZSCHE THE MAN Friedrich Wilhelm Nietzsche was born in the Röcken manse, near Lützen, on 15 October 1844. The household was entirely female apart from Nietzsche's father. Nietzsche's grandmother, Erdmuthe Dorothea Nietzsche, ...

Google previewCHAMBERS'S ENCYCLOPAEDIA: A DICTIONARY OF UNIVERSAL KNOWLEDGE FOR THE PEOPLE (1878)

MANNITE— MANSE. MANSEL— MANTIGER. MANTINEA— MANTLING. MANTUA— MANURE. MANURE. MANURE— MANUSCRIPTS. MAJTNITE, or MUSHROOM SUGAR (C,,H,,013), is a peculiar saccharine matter •which foruu the ...

Google previewThe Oxford Encyclopedia of American Literature (2003)

by Jay Parini

THE OLD MANSE In 1842, Hawthorne married Sophia Peabody, and they moved into the Old Manse, a former parsonage in Concord, Massachusetts, where Ralph Waldo Emerson had written Nature. Life there brought Hawthorne into deeper ...

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Small photo of LA ROCHETTE, FRANCE- JUL 16: The peloton pedaling on a plain road after the ascension to Col de Manse in The Alps during the stage 16 of 100 edition of Le Tour de France on July 16 2013 in La RochetteSmall photo of LA ROCHETTE, FRANCE- JUL 16:Richie Porte , Christopher Froome and Alberto Contador riding near Col de Manse during the stage 16 of 100 edition of Le Tour de France on July 16 2013 in La RochetteSmall photo of LA ROCHETTE, FRANCE- JUL 16:Andy Schleck riding in front of the peloton after the ascension to Col de Manse during the stage 16 of 100 edition of Le Tour de France on July 16 2013 in La RochetteSmall photo of LA ROCHETTE, FRANCE- JUL 16: The peloton pedaling on a plain road after the ascension to Col de Manse in The Alps during the stage 16 of 100 edition of Le Tour de France on July 16 2013 in La RochetteSmall photo of Concord, Massachusetts - July 9, 2013: 1770 Olde Manse and gardens in Minuteman National Historic Park, former home of noted American authors Ralph Waldo Emerson and Nathaniel Hawthorne *Small photo of LA ROCHETTE, FRANCE- JUL 16:Alexandre Geniez and Arthur Vichot riding on a plain road after the Col de Manse during the stage 16 of 100th edition of Le Tour de France on July 16 2013 in La RochetteSmall photo of LA ROCHETTE, FRANCE- JUL 16:The peloton pedaling on a plain road after the ascension to Col de Manse in The Alps during the stage 16 of 100 edition of Le Tour de France on July 16 2013 in La Rochette More...

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Scrabble value of M3A1N1S1E1

The value of this 5-letter word is 7 points. It is included in the first and second editions of the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.

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