Manu

• (n.) One of a series of progenitors of human beings, and authors of human wisdom.
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Manu

[bird] Manu antiquus is a genus and species of extinct bird of uncertain affinities from the Oligocene of New Zealand. It was described by Brian Marples in 1946 from fossil material (part of a furcula) found near Duntroon, north Otago, in the South Island. Marples suggested that it might be an early albatross; subsequent researchers have sp...
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Manu

[Hinduism] In some Hindu traditions, Manu is a title accorded to a progenitor of humanity. According to these traditions, the current time period is ruled by the seventh Manu called the Vaivasvata Manu, the son of Vivasvân and his wife Sanjnâ. Vaivasvata Manu, whose original name was Satyavrata, is the 7th Manu and considered the first ki...
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Manu

[Theosophy] In the teachings of Theosophy, the Manu Image of the Vaivasvatu Manu: distributed by ZakaiRan and painted by New Age Artist Peter Fich Christiansen[/ref] is one of the most important beings at the highest levels of Initiation of the Masters of the Ancient Wisdom, along with Sanat Kumara, Gautama Buddha, Maitreya, the Maha Chohan...
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Manu

Ma'nu noun [ Sanskrit ] (Hind. Myth.) One of a series of progenitors of human beings, and authors of human wisdom.
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Manu

in the mythology of India, the first man, and the legendary author of an important Sanskrit code of law, the Manu-smti. The name is cognate with the ... [1 related articles]
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Manu

Manu (mŭ'nOO) , semilegendary Hindu lawgiver. Traditionally ascribed to him are the Laws of Manu, best known of the Sanskrit smriti texts (see Sanskrit literature). They were compiled, probably between 200 B.C. and A.D. 200, from diverse ancient sources and provide detailed rules, presumab...
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Manu

Manu is a Hindustani name for boys. The meaning is `God is with us` The name Manu is most commonly given to Flemish boys. The chances are 50 times greater that boys are called Manu there. Manu is given to boys and girls in the Netherlands What do they use in other countries? Imani (African) Manel (Catalan) Iman (Arabic) Manou Eman (Slavic) Mano (Sp...
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Manu

The mythical mountain on which the sun set. The region of the western horizon. One of two mountains that held up the sky, the other being BAKHU. These peaks were guarded by the double lion god, AKER.
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Manu

Western mountain where the sun sets.
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