manse

Manse vs Rectory - What's the difference?

manse | rectory |


As a proper noun manse

is commonly used nickname of the city of tampere, in finland (pop 200,000).

As a noun rectory is

the residence of roman catholic priest(s) associated with a parish church.

Manse - What does it mean?

manse | |

Wikidiffcom vs Manse - What's the difference?

wikidiffcom | manse |


As a proper noun manse is

commonly used nickname of the city of tampere, in finland (pop 200,000).

Manse vs Vicarage - What's the difference?

manse | vicarage |


As a proper noun manse

is commonly used nickname of the city of tampere, in finland (pop 200,000).

As a noun vicarage is

(countable) the residence of a vicar.

Manse vs Vicharige - What's the difference?

manse | vicharige |

Manse vs Abbey - What's the difference?

manse | abbey |


As proper nouns the difference between manse and abbey

is that manse is commonly used nickname of the city of tampere, in finland (pop 200,000) while abbey is .

Mense vs Manse - What's the difference?

mense | manse |


As a noun mense

is property, owndom; possessions.

As a verb mense

is to adorn, bring honour to; grace.

As a proper noun manse is

commonly used nickname of the city of tampere, in finland (pop 200,000).

Amanse vs Manse - What's the difference?

amanse | manse |


As a verb amanse

is .

As a proper noun manse is

commonly used nickname of the city of tampere, in finland (pop 200,000).

Manse vs Hanse - What's the difference?

manse | hanse |


As a proper noun manse

is commonly used nickname of the city of tampere, in finland (pop 200,000).

As a noun hanse is

a league; a confederacy or hanse can be (architecture) that part of an elliptical or many-centred arch which has the shorter radius and immediately adjoins the impost.

Mans vs Manse - What's the difference?

mans | manse |


As a noun mans

is .

As a proper noun manse is

commonly used nickname of the city of tampere, in finland (pop 200,000).

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