The spirits of the dead, regarded as minor supernatural powers in ancient Roman religion.(noun-plural)
The revered spirit of one who has died.(noun-plural)
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Use "manes" in a sentence
"With the amount of sun and surf streaming out of Australia, creating a top of the line hair product to tame their manes is a concept Evo takes seriously."
"Common blacks have very very large, noticable 'manes' of spiky hair around their face."
""Bedad, I don't ondercumstubble," he replied, taking off his cap and scratching his head reflectively, rather taken aback by my Latin quotation; "though if that haythen lingo manes soft sawder, by the powers I've got lashins av it!"