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man·ger / ˈmānjər/ • n. a long open box or trough for horses or cattle to eat from.

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manger

manger XIV (manyour). — (O)F. mangeoire :- Rom. *mandūcātōria, f. mandūcāt-; see MANDUCATION.

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manger

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