Mane – meaning of the word and examples

The long, thick hair that grows along the top of a horse’s neck or around the face and neck of a lion. (Cambridge Dictionary)

Thick, long hair on a person’s head. (Cambridge Dictionary)

A growth of long hair on the neck of a horse, lion, or other mammal. (Oxford Dictionaries)

A person’s long flowing hair. (Oxford Dictionaries)

Long and heavy hair growing about the neck and head of some mammals (such as horses and lions). (Merriam – Webster)

Long heavy hair on a person’s head. (Merriam – Webster)

The mane on a horse or lion is the long thick hair that grows from its neck. (Collins Dictionary)

If you refer to a person’s hair as their mane, you mean that they have a lot of hair. (Collins Dictionary)


Longman. Mane.

Why Do Male Lions Have Manes?


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