suomi-englanti sanakirja

mana englanniksi

  1. Power, prestige; ''specifically'', a form of supernatural energy in Polynesian religion that inheres in things or people. (defdate)

  2. (quote-book) &91;page 12&93; They further required that a certain number of the old Chiefs should be liberally pensioned by the Government, and placed upon a footing of equality with European gentlemen of independent means, in consideration of their resigning their "mana" as Chiefs in favor of the new system; (..)

  3. (quote-book)|title=(w)|publisher=Harcourt, Brace and Co.|location=New York|page=61|passage=The human tribe partakes of the ''mana'' or life-force of the animal, and is strengthened.

  4. 1971, Thomas (historian)|Keith Thomas, ''Religion and the Decline of Magic: Studies in Popular Beliefs in 16th and 17th Century England'', London: (w), (w) 71368859; republished London: (w), 2012, (w) 805007047, page 193:

  5. But in popular estimation their essential virtue derived from the personal ''mana'' of the sovereign.
  6. (quote-book) One can speak of the ''mana'' of a warrior, the ''mana'' of a woman leader, the ''mana'' of a child prodigy.

  7. (quote-book)|month=September|year=2001|page=61|isbn=978-99909-55-15-6|passage=Among the Maori sovereignty was the result of ''mana''—power based on hereditary rank and personal achievement. ''Manas'' could coexist and overlap, as they did in the medieval times in Europe.

  8. (quote-book)|year=2012|isbn=978-1-77550-012-4|passage=On a number of occasions in recent years apologies have been offered to Māori because of past offences to their mana and invasions of their rights as whenua.

  9. Magical power.

  10. (quote-newsgroup) Teleporting from an open room where there were a dozen black orcs firing bows (..) landed me, low on mana and hitpoints, in a room full of gnome mages who instantly summoned four umber hulks and a xorn!

  11. (quote-book)

  12. (alternative form of).

  13. (alternative spelling of).

  14. a blessing

  15. to swallow

  16. heirloom, inheritance, heritage

  17. to inherit

  18. place

  19. sorry, pardon (gloss)

  20. (ca-verb form of)

  21. manna

  22. water

  23. sign, omen

  24. miracle, wonder (gloss)

  25. antidote (gloss)

  26. be it, let it be so (gloss)

  27. death, Death (gloss)

  28. mana

  29. (l)

  30. to rebuke

  31. a piece of meat

  32. religious power

  33. to dare (qualifier)

  34. mana

  35. where, which

  36. (l): A form of supernatural energy in Polynesian religion that inheres in things or people.

  37. manna: Food miraculously produced for the Israelites in the desert in the book of Exodus.

  38. portent, sign

  39. attitude, outlook

  40. motto

  41. (altform)

  42. mother

  43. (ja-romanization of)

  44. (inflection of)

  45. (lv-inflection of)

  46. (qualifier)'' (lv-inflection of)

  47. (spelling of)

  48. where (incomplete without (m), (m) or (m))

  49. which (used with (m))

  50. power; mana

  51. 2006, Joanne Barker, ''Sovereignty Matters'', page 208:

  52. In 1979 a gathering of elders at the Waananga kaumatua affirmed te reo Maori ''“Ko te reo te mauri o te mana Maori” the language is the life principle of Maori mana''.
  53. to encourage, urge

  54. hand

  55. (definite singular of)

  56. (infl of)

  57. house

  58. Interpretation of many of the inflectional forms of (m)

  59. (l) (gl)

  60. (l) (gl)

  61. sister

  62. not

  63. no

  64. power

  65. divine authority

  66. heritage

  67. flaw, fault, shortcoming

  68. manna

  69. (female equivalent of)

  70. (es-verb form of)

  71. spring (of water)

  72. to encourage or urge someone

  73. heirloom; inheritance; heritage

  74. respect given in accordance to power

  75. miracle

  76. meaning

  77. (form of) (utterance-medial variant)