Reverse Dictionary: MAN – MANE


MAN – adjectives
– BLOKEISH applied to positive behaviour associated with men, esp. straightforwardness, bluffness,  and lack of affectation …1957 Brit. sl.
– BUTCH of a man: not homosexual …1949 US sl.
– GALLANTISH given to going about much with men …1791 Sc.
– GUY particularly or only of interest to men …1990s US sl.
– GYNAECANDRICAL † common to men and women …1684
man – nouns
– BOAR’S NEST a place where only men reside; a camp of only male workers. a barroom for men only …1927 Amer. dial.
– GUY THING a problem or subject best understood by males; something that appeals only to men …1992 US sl.
– MANDOM the realm of man …1844
– MANKIN † the human race; mankind; a race of men, a people; human nature …971
– MANKIND † the nature of man; human nature …a1300
– MANNITY † the community of men …1621 nonce word
– MANSHIP † the condition of being a man; a man …a1300
– MAN-WORTH † the price or value of a man’s life …1670
– VIRICIDE the slaying of men or of husbands …1766 nonce word
man – person
– ANATOMY a term of contempt for a man …1885 Eng. dial.
– ANCA a man …L19 sl.
– APPLE a person; a fellow, a guy …1928 colloq.
– ARTICLE a fellow; a guy; esp. a person considered shrewd or quick to advance his own interests …20C Amer. sl. 
– ATOMY a term of contempt for a man …1883 Eng. dial.
– BABE a man, a fellow, esp. one who is somehow remarkable; now only used in direct address …1898 US sl.
– BABY a person; a fellow; a man; a ‘customer’ …1861 sl.
– BABY POP a young man …Bk1992 rap & street sl. 
– BAG OF COKE a man …1976 Aust. rhyming sl. for ‘bloke’
– BALL BEARING a term of abuse for a man …1981 euphemism
– BAMBINO a man, esp. a strong or tough man; a fellow, a guy …c1920 Amer. sl.
– BANNA a young man or woman …1994 W. Indies teen usage
– BASTARD a male person of the stated sort, as a ‘bad bastard’ …1919 sl.
– BATIE a term of contempt for a man …Bk1911 Sc.
– BATO a guy, a dude, a friend (Spanish) …1950 US
– BAWTY a term of contempt for a man …19C Sc.
– BAZZ an average, unintelligent male …1980s Aust. sl.
– BEAVER a fellow, a geezer…1833 US West sl.
– BEDLAMER a term of contempt applied to boys and young men …Bk1898 Eng. dial.
– BEEZER a fellow, a chap …1914 sl.
– BEEZO a fellow, a chap …1937 US sl., chiefly juvenile usage
– BENNY a person, a fellow …1960 US sl.
– BERN  a man; a knight; a noble …Bk1825
– BERNE † a warrior, a hero, a man of valour; in later use, a poetic word for ‘man’ …937
– BERRY a person, a fellow …1931 sl.
– BETOOLA a girl or young man …Bk1982 Jewish
– BETULA a girl or young man …Bk1982 Jewish
– BICK a man …1914 Sc.
– BIEREN  a man; a noble …Bk1862
– BIERNE  a man; a noble …Bk1855
– BILLIE, BILLY a fellow; a companion, a comrade, a mate …c1505 Sc. & N. Eng. dial.
– BIM a man, usually young …1910s sl., orig. US
– BIMBO (mainly derogatory) a male person; a fellow …1918 sl., orig. US
– BIRD 1.  a young man, youngster, child, son …c1300
2. in jocular usage: a man; a ‘cove’ …1852
– BIRDIE a person, usually male, a bloke …1857 UK sl.
– BIRKIE, BIRKY a familiar or jocular term for a man, often connoting self-assertion, crustiness, or the ‘having a mind of his own’; sometimes slightly depreciatory = ‘strutting fellow,’ but often, like ‘fellow,’ ‘carle,’ without definable force …1724
– BIT OF SKIN a young man …1980 UK homosexual sl.
– BLADE a man; in ancient times, the term for a soldier …Bk1860 sl.
– BLIGHTER a contemptible person; an unpleasant or despicable person, usually male; also, a fellow …1896 Brit. sl.
– BLOAK, BLOKE a male person, a fellow; a boyfriend or male lover …1851 sl., now chiefly Brit.
– BO a fellow, a buddy; usually used as a term of address … 1825 sl., chiefly US
– BODGE in the 1950s & 60s: a young man belonging to an anti-social subculture that rejected the morality and generally world-view of the time …Aust. sl.
– BODGIE in the 1950s & 60s: a young man belonging to an anti-social subculture that rejected the morality and generally world-view of the time; bodgies were especially noted for violent behaviour, free sexuality, and being influenced by American fashions; they characteristically had long hair, wore drape style, waistless jackets, and rode motorcycles …Aust. sl.
– BOH a fellow, a buddy; usually used as a term of address …1928 Amer. dial.
– BO-JACK a fellow, a person …1970 Amer. dial.
– BOOGER (sometimes derogatory) a fellow, a guy …1938 Amer. dial.
– BOYCHIK a boy, a fellow; usually used affectionately …1965 Amer. sl.
– BOYO a boy; a fellow …1870 Irish-Amer. sl.
– BOY-SAN a boy, a young man …1971 Amer. military in Far East usage
– BOZO a fellow, a person …1920 Amer. dial.
– BUB a man, a fellow …1872 Amer. dial.
– BUBBY a nickname or a term of address for a boy or man …1841 Amer. dial.
– BUCK a male person …1774 Amer. dial.
– BUCKY a man’s nickname, or familiar form of address …1968 Amer. dial.
– BUD a general nickname or term of address for a brother or eldest son, any boy or man, or a close friend  …20C US sl.
– BUDDIE, BUDDY a nickname or term of address for any man …1903 Amer. dial.
– BUFF † a man, a person, a fellow, a ‘buffer’ …1708 colloq.
– BUFFER a fellow: usually expressing a slight degree of contempt …1749 sl.
– BUGGER (sometimes derogatory) a fellow, a guy …1854 Amer. dial.
– BUSTER a fellow; a dandy; also used as a term of address, esp. to a boy or young man …1843 Amer. dial.
– BUTTON a young man, a boy; an inexperienced or impertinent fellow …1915 Amer. dial. West.
– CAD-WORM † a term of derision for a man …1630
– CALLAN a boy, a lad, a young man; also used as a term of affection to older persons …1725 Sc. & Eng. dial.
– CALLANT a boy, a lad, a young man; also used as a term of affection to older persons …1725 Sc. & Eng. dial.
– CARLMAN † a man, an adult male …1135
– CARMAN † a man, an adult male …1135
– CAT a male person; a fellow …1920 sl., orig. US Black
– CAWLIE a term of contempt for a man; a disreputable fellow …1789 Sc.
– CHAP a male person, a fellow …1704, now mainly Brit.
– CHAPPIE, CHAPPY 1. orig. a little fellow …c1820
2. a chap, a fellow …c1880
– CHICKEN a fellow, a guy …1853 Amer. dial.
– CHOCKA, CHOCKER a man …c1830 Cockney colloq.
– CHURL a male; no negative connotations …19C
– COD a fellow …L17 sl.
– CODGER a fellow; a man …M18 sl.
– COE a man …M16 UK criminals’ sl.
– COFE a man …17C
– COISTREL, CUSTREL † a boy or young man …1668
– CONGER-HEAD a term of abuse for a man …1810
– COOKEY, COOKIE a person; a gal, a guy …1930 Amer. sl.
– COVE a male person, a fellow …1567 sl.
– COVEE a man; often applied to the landlord of a public-house …c1815 sl.
– CUFFER a man …1859 Amer. thieves’ sl.
– CUFFIN a man …criminal sl.
– CULLY a pal, a mate; a man generally …sl.
– DADDIO, DADDY-O, DADIO any male …2000s sl.
– DAG an unflattering term for a man …20C Irish sl.
– DAMOISEAU † a young man of gentle birth, not yet made a knight …c1477 obs. or arch.
– DICKY-LICKER (derogatory) any male …M20 US sl.
– DINWIDDIE (derogatory) a man …1941 Amer. dial.
– DIVER a male …sl.
– DOG a man of the stated sort, as a ‘lucky dog’ …a1618 sl.
– DROOG a young man, esp. working-class …1990s sl.
– DROOGIE a young man, esp. working-class …1990s sl.
– DUDE a male person, a fellow …1883 sl., orig. & chiefly US
– DUDESTER a male person; a fellow …1986 US sl.
– EARL † a warrior; a brave man; a man generally …a1000
– EGG a person, esp. a man …1855 US sl.
– FAGGOT, FAGOT a derisive term of contempt for a non-homosexual male …20C US sl.
– FAIRY a term of contempt for a non-homosexual male …20C US sl.
– FALE † a comrade, a fellow …c1380
– FALLEY a fellow …1938 Sc.
– FALLIE a fellow …1915 Sc.
– FELLA a male person, a fellow …1864 sl.
– FELLAH a male person, a fellow …1864 sl.
– FELLER a male person, a fellow …1825 sl.
– FILE a man, a chap; orig. a very cunning one; a sharp fellow …B1812 sl.
– G a guy, a friend, a partner; chiefly used as a form of address …1990 US sl.
– GADGE any male, including a husband …M19 sl.
– GADGIE. GADGY a man; a fellow; a husband; a lover …1906
– GADLING † orig., a companion or fellow …c1000
– GAFFER an elderly rustic; an old fellow; also, simply, a fellow …1589
– GAGE †. a man …1859 US sl.
– GALAH a chap, a fellow …1941 Aust. sl.
– GALLANT † a young fellow …1808 Sc.
– GAMOOSH a fellow …1988 US sl.
– GASMAN an insult applied to a male; a term of disapproval …2016 UK teen sl.
– GATEMOUTH a person, a man …1944 US Black sl.
– GAUGIE a man, a fellow …1906 Sc.
– GAZABO (often derogatory) a male person; a fellow …c1805 sl., orig. & chiefly US
– GAZEBO (often derogatory) a male person, a fellow …1889 sl., orig. & chiefly US
– GAZOOK a person, a fellow …1904 US sl.
– GAZOOKA a person, a fellow …1904 US sl.
– GAZUNY an awkward, strange, or stupid person; any fellow …1889 sl.
– GEASER a term of derision applied esp. to men, usually but not necessarily elderly; a chap, a fellow …1880 sl.
– GEDLING  orig. a companion; esp. a fellow soldier, a comrade; generally, a man … c1000
– GEE a man, a fellow; a male friend …1907 Amer. sl.
– GEE-GEE a geezer; a man, a fellow …1923 sl.
– GEESER a male person; a fellow; orig. an old man …1885 sl.
– GEEZ a man, a fellow …1974 sl.
– GEEZER a term of derision applied esp. to men, usually but not necessarily elderly; a chap, a fellow …1880 sl.
– GENT a gentleman; a man, a fellow …1564
– GERANIUM a person, a fellow …1906 US Western sl.
– GEYSER a term of derision applied esp. to men, usually but not necessarily elderly; a chap, a fellow …1880 sl.
– GHEE a man, a fellow (pronounced like the ‘g’ in ‘guess’)…1922 US sl.
– GHEESER a man, a bloke …1880 sl.
– GIBONEY a stupid, foolish, or offensive person; also, a hired thug, a hoodlum; broadly, a man, a fellow …1921 Italian-American sl.
– GIL a general term for a man …c1811 sl.
– GILL  a man, a fellow, a chap …a1790 sl.
– GILLIE, GILLY –  a man, a fellow, a chap …1874 sl.
– GILPIE  a young man or boy, esp. a lively, mischievous or impudent one; a roguish boy …1718 Sc.
– GINK (often derogatory) a fellow; a guy; esp. an odd, eccentric, or foolish man; a stupid or useless person; someone who is unworldly or socially inept …1906 sl., orig. US
– GINZO a fellow, a guy ..1949 Amer. sl.
– GIRL an insult aimed at a heterosexual male …1997 Aust. & US sl.
– GLOACH, GLOAK, GLOKE, GLOQUE  a man, a fellow …1753 sl.
– GUFFER a fellow …1950 Amer. dial.
– GUINEA a guy, a fellow …1902 Amer. dial.
– GUNSEL, GUNZEL, GUNZL a young man; a naive young man …1910 US sl.
– GUNSHEL a young man; a naive young man …1910 US sl.
– GUNTZEL a young man; a naive young man …1910 US sl.
– GUY a man or a boy; a general form of address …1847 sl., orig. US
– HAG † applied opprobriously to a man …a1529
– HAIRY LEG a man …1981 UK Citizens’ band radio sl.
– HARD LEG a male …Bk2000 US Black sl.
– HARLOT † a fellow; jocularly, a good chap …LME
– HATHEL † a noble, a man of worth; man …a1300
– HEAP OF COKE a man …Bk2004 Brit. rhyming sl. for ‘bloke’
– HOMBRE a man …M19 sl.
– HORSE a fellow, a man; usually used in direct address …1834 Amer. sl.
– HORSE-FLY a fellow; occasionally, a scamp …1859 US sl.
– HOSS a fellow, a man; usually used in direct address …1834 Amer. sl.
– HOSS-FLY a fellow; occasionally, a scamp …1846 US sl.
– ICE-CREAM (FREEZER) a man …1950s rhyming sl. for ‘geezer’
– IMP † a young man, a youth; a fellow, a man, a boy …1579
– JABONEY a greenhorn; a newly-arrived foreigner; an inept, stupid or inexperienced person; a guy or fellow …1931 Amer. dial.
– JABRONEY, JABRONIE an inept, stupid or inexperienced person; a guy or fellow …1982 Amer. dial.
– JACK  a man of the common people; a boy, lad, fellow, or chap; esp. a low-bred, ill-mannered, or vulgar fellow; a knave …1548
– JACKER (derogatory) a male …L19 Amer. dial.
– JARBONI an inept, stupid or inexperienced person; a guy or fellow …1959 Amer. dial.
– JASPER (derogatory) a male person; a fellow; a country bumpkin …1896 US sl.
– JAY a person or fellow; a rustic or countrified person; one considered ignorant, awkward, or unsophisticated; a dull, stupid person …1890 Amer. dial.
– JAYBIRD a person or fellow; a rustic or countrified person; one considered ignorant, awkward, or unsophisticated; a dull, stupid person …1886 Amer. dial.
– JAYHAWK a person or fellow; a rustic or countrified person; one considered ignorant, awkward, or unsophisticated; a dull, stupid person …1907 Amer. dial.
– JAYHAWKER a person or fellow; a rustic or countrified person; one considered ignorant, awkward, or unsophisticated; a dull, stupid person …1911  Amer. dial.
– JAZZBO a fellow, a person …1923 Amer. dial.
– JEEZER a chap, a fellow, a guy …1975 Amer. dial.
– JESTER a general term of banter for a man …Bk1896 colloq.
– JIBONEY an inept, stupid or inexperienced person; a guy or fellow …1952 Amer. dial.
– JIM a term of address for a man …1970 Amer. dial.
– JOE a male person, a fellow …1846 sl.
– JOE PUBLIC (often mildly derogatory) a typical male member of the general public …1942 sl., orig. US theatrical
– JOE SCHMOE man in general …Bk1995 US sl.
– JOHN a man, esp. a male servant; a form of address to a man …LME colloq.
– JOHN JILLETS a term of contempt for a man …1844 Sc.
– JOHNNY a fellow, a chap; frequently used as a derogatory form of address to a man regarded as inferior, esp. a soldier of a colonized country in the army of the colonizing power …L17 colloq.
– JOKER a male person, a fellow, usually with implications of incompetence …1810 sl., chiefly Aust. & NZ
– JOSSER (usually mildly derogatory) a male person, a fellow …1890 Brit. sl.
– JOVENCEL † a young man, a youth …c1489
– JUCK a dog; hence, used disparagingly of a man …1979 English gypsy usage
– JUCKIE a dog; hence, used disparagingly of a man …1979 English gypsy usage
– JUMBLONEY an inept, stupid or inexperienced person; a guy or fellow …1984 Amer. dial.
– KANE a male; a man, a husband …1938 Hawaii
– KAREMON † a man, a male …a1400
– KIDDY a young fellow; a chap; a man; a boy …1816 Amer. sl.
– LAD 1. a lively young man …a1553 sl.
2. a familiar or affectionate name for a man; a husband, son, or boon companion; a fellow …1811 Sc. & Eng. dial.
– LARK a fellow, a person …1835 Amer. sl.
– LARKIE, LARKY a fellow, a person …1833 Amer. sl.
– LEDE † a man, person; esp. one of the ‘men’ or subjects of a king or chief; a subject …a1300
– LEMON(-SQUEEZER) a fellow, a man …1979 UK rhyming sl. for ‘geezer’
– MAHOUND † a term of execration applied to a man …1500-20 Sc.
– MAKE † a companion, a mate, a fellow; a husband, a wife …1721 Sc.
– MAN BODY an adult man, a man in general as opposed to a woman …1825 Sc. & Amer. dial.
– MAN-CHAP a man …1890 Eng. dial.
– MAN GROWN an adult man …1939 Amer. dial.
– MANLING † a little man …a1637
– MANNIE, MANNY a little man; frequently used as a term of endearment to a little boy …L17 orig. and chiefly Sc.
– MANO a man, used in direct address …1967 Hispanic-Amer. usage
– MAN-PERSON a male human being; a man …1867 Amer. dial.
– MANSHIP † the condition of being a man; a man …a1300
– MANSIE a man …Bk1905 Sc.
– MARMOSET † a term of abuse or contempt to a man …a1500
– MASTER an adult; a young man when grown up …1834 Eng. dial.
– MEET-MARROW a fellow …1900 Sc.
– MENSCH, MENSH a ‘real man’, the implication being of character and integrity rather than sexual or physical prowess …1910s sl.
– MICKEY, MICKIE, MICKY a fellow, a person …1950s US sl.
– MOCK-MAN * a person resembling a man but without the qualities of a man; one unworthy to be called a man; used contemptuously …a1625
– MON  a man …Bk1872
– MONE a man …Bk1893 Eng dial.
– MONKEY a man, a fellow, a character; usually used disparagingly …1689
– MOOSH a man; an unnamed person …1950s Brit. sl.
– MOPPET  a man; used ironically …1707
– MOTHER a man …1951 US sl.
– MOTHER BAIRN  a man …c1225
– MOTHERFUCKER a fellow, a person …1958 US sl.
– MOTHER SON   a man …a1250 Sc.
– MOTHER’S SON a man …a1470
– MUSH a man; a chap …1930s sl.
– NAIL a male person; a man …1960s US Black sl.
– NAM a man …Bk1902 back-slang
– NOTOMIZE a term of contempt for a man …1858 Eng. dial.
– OKE a fellow, a chap …1960s S. Afr. sl.
– OLD BALLS a man; often used as a term of affection …L19 sl.
– OLD BASTARD a man; often used as a term of affection …L19 sl.
– OLD BEAN a fellow; a term of address, usually to a man …1917 sl.
– OLD BIRD a man; a ‘cove’ …1853 jocular
– OLD BUCK a man …M19 sl.
– OLD CHAP a man; a friendly form of address to another man …1822 UK
– OLD CHOCKA, OLD CHOCKER a man …c1830 Cockney colloq.
– OLD COCK a man, esp. as a term of affectionate address …1639 sl.
– OLD COCKALORUM a man, esp. as a term of affectionate address …L19 sl.
– OLD COCKER a man, esp. as a term of affectionate address …L18 sl.
– OLD CODGER a fellow; a man, with the implication of crotchety old age …M18 sl.
– OLD DOG a man, usually with overtones of admiration for his less than conventional lifestyle …M18 sl.
– OLD EGG a man, or woman, esp. as a term of affectionate address …20C sl.
– OLD FELLOW a friendly form of address to another man; a man …1825 UK sl.
– OLD HARICOT a fellow; a term of address, usually to a man …1910s sl.
– OLD HORSE a fellow, a man; usually used in direct address …1843 Amer. sl.
– OLD HOSS a fellow, a man; usually used in direct address …1847 Amer. sl.
– OLD LAD a man, esp. as an affectionate term of address …L16 sl.
– OLD SINCANTER (contemptuous or depreciatory) a man …L16
– OMBREY a man …M19 sl.
– OMEE, OMIE a male person, a fellow …1859 sl., orig. showmen’s usage
– OONT a person; a fellow …L19 Aust. & Anglo-Indian
– OU a male person; a fellow …1949 S. Afr.
– OUTFIT (usually derogatory) a male person; a fellow …1867 sl., chiefly US
– PACKAGE a man, a person …1933 US sl.
– PAIR OF PANTS a man …1930s US Black sl.
– PANION † a companion, a mate, a fellow, an associate …1553
– PANTS a jocular nickname for any human male …E20 US sl.
– PARTY a man or woman …19C sl.
– PISSER (derogatory) a man; a man of the stated sort, as an ‘old pisser’ …1975 sl., orig. US
– PLUG (derogatory) a male person; a fellow …1863 sl., chiefly US
– POMPILLION †* a term applied in contempt to a man …a1625
– POPPA-LOPPA 1. a man; also, an intimate term of address …1930s US Black sl.
2. an older man who still possesses his faculties and strength …1930s US Black sl.
– POPPA-STOPPA 1. a man; also, an intimate term of address …1930s US Black sl.
2. an older man who still possesses his faculties and strength …1930s US Black sl.
– POT (AND PAN) a man …1897 rhyming sl. 
– PRUNE a man; a guy …c1900 Amer. sl.
– PUCKEROO a young man …1952 US sl.
​- PUNK any male; a man or guy; a chum; a young fellow …M20 US sl. & colloq.
– RAG (derogatory) a man …1960s NZ sl.
– RATIONALS † human beings, men …1626 obs. or rare
– RIDGEL a term of abuse applied to men; a sportive, mischievous lad …1703 Eng. dial.
– ROGER a man, a lad, a chap …M17 colloq.
– RYE a male person; a fellow …1851 sl.
– SACK a term of contempt for a man; a stupid, dull fellow …1835 Sc.
– SANDIE a generic term for a young fellow, a chap, esp. a country man, a yokel …1804 Sc.
– SAUSAGE a man …1990s US college sl.
– SCHFATZER a fellow; a chap …c1930 cant
– SCOPER a term of depreciation for a man or woman …Bk1904 Eng. dial.
– SHAVER a fellow, a chap …now Eng. dial.
– SINCANTER † a contemptuous or depreciatory term applied to men, usually with the epithet ‘old’ …c1540
– SIRE a person of some note or importance; an aged or elderly man; also, generally, a man, a fellow …1362
– SKEEZA, SKEEZER a man …1980s sl., orig. US Black
– SKEEZE a man …1980s sl., orig. US Black
– SKIPPER a term of contempt for a young man …1596
– SNAPPER a young man, esp. one who acts younger than his age; a ‘whippersnapper’ …Brit. sl.
– SNOOZER a male person, a fellow …1884 sl., orig. US
– SOD a chap, a fellow; a male person of the stated sort, as a ‘poor little sod’ …19C sl. , chiefly Brit.
– SON-OF-A-BITCH a male person; a fellow …1951 sl.
– SON OF A GUN a somewhat depreciatory term for a man, a fellow …1708
– SON OF A SEA COCK a term of abuse for a man …1851 Amer. dial.
– SON OF A SEA COOK a term of abuse for a man …1851 Amer. dial.
– SON OF A SEA CROOK a term of abuse for a man …1851 Amer. dial.
– SON OF A SEA-GOING COOK a term of abuse for a man …1851 Amer. dial.
– SONUVABITCH a male person; a fellow …1951 sl.
– SPAR a man …1998 UK sl. 
– SPORT a man, thus a general term of address to a man …1920s sl. esp. Aust.
– STUD a male person; a fellow …1929 US sl., chiefly Black usage
– SUCK-EGG a young fellow …1609
– TAD a youth, a young man …1851 orig. chiefly Amer.
– TANTARABOBUS a playful nickname for a boy or man …Bk1886 Eng. dial.
– TIT † a lad or young man …1599
– TOM a man, esp. a foolish one …M16 sl.
– TOSEY a nickname for a man or woman …1926 Amer. dial.
– UMAC a young man about town …1960s S. Afr. Black usage
– UMBRELLA a fellow, usually a husband, boyfriend, or lover …1998 rhyming sl.
– UNGADRENGEN a young man; the young men of a community …Bk1905 Sc.
– VATO in Chicano use: a man, irrespective of race …1977 US Hispanic usage
– VELLER a fellow …Bk1888 Eng. dial.
– VER  a man, a knight …Bk1855
– WAG † a mischievous boy; often used as a mother’s term of endearment to a baby boy; also, a youth, a young man; a fellow …a1553
– WAGTAIL † a familiar or contemptuous epithet or form of address applied to a man or young woman …1605
– WALLAH a man, esp. in the sense of a man who is pertaining to or connected with something, usually a job…1785 Anglo-Indian
– WALLIO, WALLY-O, WALYO a young man; often used affectionately by an older man …20C US sl.
– WAPMAN † a man as distinguished from a woman; a male human being …c950
– WINE CELLAR a fella …Bk1985 rhyming sl.
– WOMAN’S MEAT a man …1745 sl. 
– YAP a fellow …Bk1933 US college sl.
– YAZOO a man, a guy …1920 US sl.
– YM a boyfriend; young male …1976 US sl.
– YOB a man; a bloke …1889 US sl.
– YOK a man; a fool. a chump …1934 sl.
– YOM a person, a fellow …1977 US sl.
– YOMO a person, a fellow …1977 US sl.
– YOUNKER a young man generally; in early use esp., a gay or fashionable young man …1513
– YOUTH a male person of any age …Bk1905 Eng. dial.
– YOW a term of contempt for a man …1900 Sc.
– YOWTH a male person of any age …Bk1887 Eng. dial.
– ZAZOO a fellow; a guy …1948 Amer. sl. 
man – person, other
– GALLANT † a woman who strolls about in the company of men …1880 Sc.
– GALLANTER a man or woman who goes about much in the company of the other sex …1846 Sc.
– HEN-HUSSY a woman who is very fond of men and is always trying to know more, if she’s not respectable about it …1967 Amer. dial.
– LOVEBUG a woman who is very fond of men …1965 Amer. dial.
man – phrases
– LOVELY BIT OF A BOY. said in approval of a man …World War II Brit. servicewomen’s usage
– YOU MUST EAT ANOTHER YARD OF PUDDEN FIRST said to one who is not yet man enough to do something …Bk1905 Eng. dial.
 
MANACLE – nouns
– BAND anything with which one’s body or limbs are bound, in restraint of personal liberty; a shackle, chain, fetter, manacle …c1200 arch.
– HANDLOCK † a shackle for the hands; a manacle, a handcuff …1532
– HANDY-CUFFS handcuffs, manacles …B1900 Eng. dial. 
– MAGGIE a handcuff, a manacle …1940s W. Indies sl.
manacle – verbs 
– HANDFAST † to make fast the hands of; to manacle …1586
– HANDLOCK to manacle, to handcuff …1586
– IMMANACLE to put manacles on; to handcuff; to fetter …1634
 
MANACLED – adjectives
– HANDFAST † bound; having the hands fast; manacled …c1400
 
MANAGE – adjectives
– DEBATABLE able to shift for oneself, able to get along, manage, or succeed by oneself …1825 Sc.  
– WALDIN † easy to manage …c1425 Sc.
manage – verbs 
– BANT to conquer, to achieve, to manage …1875 Eng. dial.
– BEAR IN HAND † to carry on, to manage …c1300
– BETEE † to bring about, to manage, to arrange …c1205
– BEVIL to manage, to arrange …Bk1911 Sc.
– BOSS ONE’S OWN SHOES to manage one’s affairs personally …Bk1892 Aust. sl.
– DEAL to manage a situation or circumstance …1950s sl.
– DEAL ON to manage something well …1980s US college sl.
– ENGINEER to manage, as in ‘Who’s engineering this affair?’ …Bk1905 Amer. dial.
– FADE to deal with; to handle; to put up with; to manage something …1962 US sl.
– FASHION † to contrive, to manage …c1540
– GUY † to command an army, etc.; to govern or rule a country; to administer or manage affairs or an office …c1330
– HACK IT to accomplish or manage successfully; to cope with …1952 Amer. sl.
– LEAD † to conduct affairs; to manage, to govern …c1200
– MAN † to be the master of; to manage, to rule …c1330 obs. exc. Eng. dial.
– MANISH to manage …1867 Sc. & Eng. dial.
– MANN to manage; to overcome, to get the better of …1790 Sc. & Eng. dial.
– MATCH to master …Bk1905 Eng. dial.
– NICKEL-AND-DIME IT to beg; to manage with little money …1930s US sl.
– ODDS to fit, to make even; to manage, to contrive …Bk1905 Eng. dial.
– ORDAIN † to set in proper order or position; to arrange; to keep in due order; to regulate, to govern, to direct, to manage, to conduct …c1300 exc.
– POOR BOY IT to make do, to get by cheaply …1939 Amer. dial.
– POOR HOG to make do, to get by …1933 Amer. dial.
– RAGGLE to manage, to contrive to get on …Bk1905 Eng. dial.
– RIDE HERD to manage …Bk1942 Amer. sl.
– SCAMBLE ALONG to manage, to ‘get on’ …1901 Eng. dial.
– SKIFT † to arrange, devise, manage, or order something …a1300
– YEME † to have the command or oversight of; to rule, to govern, to manage, to control …c1000
 
MANAGEABLE – adjectives
– HABILE † manageable, handy …1741
 
MANAGEMENT – nouns
– CACOECONOMY bad economy, bad management …1819
– HANDIMENT † handling, management …1660
– LION FOOD middle management …1991 US sl.
– MANAGE † the action or manner of managing; management; conduct of affairs; administration, direction, control …1581
– MANAGERY † cunning or adroit management; an instance of this …1646
– MANISHMENT management …Bk1905 Eng. dial.
– MANYMENT † management …1567 Sc.
– MENAGERY † cunning or adroit management; an instance of this …1646
– ORDERATION ordering, management …1849 Eng. dial.
– ORDINANCE the act of ordering or regulating; regulation, direction, management; authoritative appointment or dispensation; control …c1330 arch.
 
MANAGER – person
– ACTOR † a manager, overseer, agent, or factor …1382
– ADMINISTRANT a manager or administrator; one who administers or conducts any office or affair …1602
– BAAS a master; an employer of labour; a manager; a head man of any sort …1625 S. Afr.
– BOSS OF THE SHANTY the master or manager of the place …Bk1892 Aust. sl.
– DAMAGER a manager …c1880 sl., orig. theatrical usage
– ETTLER a manager, a contriver …Bk1900 Eng. dial.
– GENERAL MANAGER a chief or principal manager …1765
– GIMP a manager, a boss …1916 US sl.
– GOVERNOR a superior, a boss; a manager or owner; a superintendent …1942 Amer. sl.
– HEAD-BUMMER a manager; an overseer; a prominent or important person; sarcastically, and officious person …1887 Sc.
– HEAD PUSH the head foreman, or manager …1905 sl.
– MANAGERESS a woman manager …1797
– MANISHER a manager …1885 Eng. dial.
– ONCARRIER a manager, an entrepreneur …1756 Sc.
– ORDAINER † one who puts or keeps in order; a manager, a director, a ruler …c1290
– SCHEMER a good manager; a clever, careful housewife …Bk1904 Eng. dial.
– VEEBLEFETZER a corporate manager; not a term of endearment …1997 US sl.
 
MANAGING – adjectives
– ADMINISTRANT acting, managing affairs; administrating, executive …1602
managing – nouns 
– MANAGERY † the function of managing or administering; managership; an administrative office …1643
 
MANATEE – nouns
– LAMANTIN the manatee …1706
 
MANDATORY – adjectives
– MUST-HAVE essential, mandatory; usually used in the context of material objects …1990s sl.