Definition of Mandil. Meaning of Mandil. Synonyms of Mandil

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Definition of Mandil

Mandil
Mandil Man"dil, n. [OF. mandil; cf. Sp. & Pg. mandil a coarse apron, a haircloth; all from Ar. mandil tablecloth, handkerchief, mantle, fr. LGr. ?, fr. L. mantile, mantele. See Mantle.] A loose outer garment worn the 16th and 17th centuries.

Meaning of Mandil from wikipedia

- Mandil Pradhan (Nepali: मन्दिल प्रधान) is a Nepalese mountain biker, explorer, and mountain guide. He is the owner and head guide of Himalayan Rides, a...
- Jovan Mandil (Serbian Cyrillic: Јован Мандил; 1873–1916) was a Serbian Jewish lawyer and publicist active in the Balkan Wars and World War I. Mandil was...
- Awlad Mandil or Banu Madil were a family of the Maghrawa that ruled several regions in North Africa from c. 1160 to 1372. His origin was Khazrun ben Falful...
- Claude Mandil (born 1942 in Lyon, France) is a French businessman. Mandil is a member of the Board of Directors of Total S.A. and is the former Executive...
- Mandil Besar (Persian: منديل بسر‎, also Romanized as Mandīl Besar) is a village in Sara Rural District, in the Central District of Saqqez County, Kurdistan...
- Shoaymit-e Mandil (Persian: شعيمطمنديل‎, also Romanized as Sho‘aymīţ-e Mandīl, Sho‘eymet-e Mandīl, and Sho‘eymīţ-e Mandīl; also known as Shāmeyāt, Shāmīāt...
- Gavra Mandil (1936 - 2006) was a Yugoslavian born Israeli photographer and educator, one of the first photographers of advertising and fashion in Israel...
- Abdulaziz Al-Mandeel (born 22 May 1989) is a Kuwaiti athlete specializing in the high hurdles. He has won several medals at the regional level. Representing...
- centuries. Women can opt to wear al-mandīl, a loose white veil, especially in the presence of other people. They wear al-mandīl on their heads to cover their...
- Abdullah ibn Mubarak Abu Nuāim Fadl Ibn Dukain Malik bin Mighwal Dawood Taa’ee Mandil bin Ali Qaasim bin Ma’n Hayyaaj bin Bistaam Hushaym bin Basheer Sulami Fudhayl...
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