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mane

noun [C] uk   /meɪn/ us  
the long, thick hair that grows along the top of a horse's neck or around the face and neck of a lion thick, long hair on a person's head: The painting depicts a beautiful young man with a flowing mane of red hair.
Translations of “mane”
in Korean 갈기…
in Arabic لَبْدة الأسَد, عُرْف الفَرَس…
in French crinière…
in Turkish (at, aslan) yelesi…
in Italian criniera…
in Chinese (Traditional) (馬)鬃, (獅)鬣, (人的)濃密的長髮…
in Russian грива…
in Polish grzywa…
in Spanish crin…
in Portuguese crina, juba…
in German die Mähne…
in Catalan crinera…
in Japanese (馬やライオンの)たてがみ…
in Chinese (Simplified) (马)鬃, (狮)鬣, (人的)浓密的长发…
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