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What Manchester means?
Manchesternoun. Major city in the north-west of England. Etymology: After the city of Manchester, England, once an important centre for the manufacture of cotton textile goods. Manchesternoun.
Where did the term Manchester come from?
The name Manchester originates from the Latin name Mamucium or its variant Mancunio. These names are generally thought to represent a Latinisation of an original Brittonic name. The generally accepted etymology of this name is that it comes from Brittonic *mamm- (“breast”, in reference to a “breast-like hill”).
What is a Manchester person called?
Mancunian is the associated adjective and demonym of Manchester, a city in North West England. It may refer to: Anything from or related to the city of Manchester or the county of Greater Manchester, in particular: The people of Manchester (see also List of people from Manchester)
What is Manchester short for?
|MCR||Manchester, England (airport code)|
|MCR||Master Control Room|
|MCR||Master of Clinical Research|
|MCR||Magnetic Card Reader|
What are manchester goods?
Manchester goods. man′ches-tėr goods, n.pl. goods or articles made in Manchester, esp. cotton and woollen cloths: similar goods made elsewhere.
What is a manchester girl?
Manchester Girls: Photographs that celebrate Northern women, their strength and their style. Shot in locations in and around Manchester, the women from Tameside, Hyde and Dukinfield pose proudly in outfits plucked from the 1990s – tracksuits and trainers, glittery dresses and neon shoes.
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What is a Manchester in Australia?
(ˈmæntʃɪstə ) noun Australian and New Zealand. 1. household linen or cotton goods, such as sheets and towels.