listen to the pronunciation of manna
Englisch - Türkisch
{i} kudret helvası

Bu, cennetten kudret helvası. - It's manna from heaven.

(isim) kudret helvası
ruhani gıda
dişbudak gibi ağaçlardan sızan koyu ve tatlımsı madde
manna gum
manna sakız
pennies or manna from heaven
devlet kuşu
Türkisch - Türkisch
Kudret helvası
Englisch - Englisch
By extension, any good thing which comes into one's hands by luck or good fortune
Food miraculously produced for the Israelites in the desert in the book of Exodus
The sugary sap of the manna gum tree which oozes out from holes drilled by insects and falls to the ground around the tree

1966: The icing on the cake was made from manna, which was gathered under the manna gums. Manna mixed with milk made a splendid icing. — Bill Beatty, Tales of Old Australia, National Distributors, ISBN 1-86436-013-5, page 14, discussing old Australian foods.

The food supplied to the Israelites in their journey through the wilderness of Arabia; hence, divinely supplied food
{n} a physical drug, gum, delicious food
The food miraculously supplied the Israelites during their wanderings in the Sinai wilderness (Exod 16: 1-36) Described in Numbers 11: 7-9 and commonly referred to as "bread" from heaven (Deut 8: 3; Nah 9: 20; Ps 78: 24; John 6: 31-35; Heb 9: 4; Rev 2: 17), its appearances ceased when Israel entered Canaan (Josh 5: 12)
A name given to lichens of the genus Lecanora, sometimes blown into heaps in the deserts of Arabia and Africa, and gathered and used as food
Actually means "what is it?" It was the bread from heaven which fell on the ground 6 days per week God used this bread to feed his people during the Exodus On the sixth day (Friday) it fell in double portions so that the people would have enough on Sabbath The manna could not be kept overnight (except on Friday Night) otherwise it would rot
If you say that something unexpected is manna from heaven, you mean that it is good and happened just at the time that it was needed. Ex-forces personnel could be the manna from heaven employers are seeking
Food of Heaven The life substance of life
The magic available to a wizard It is used up when spells are cast
rotundifolia, the manna ashes of Southern Europe
A sweetish exudation in the form of pale yellow friable flakes, coming from several trees and shrubs and used in medicine as a gentle laxative, as the secretion of Fraxinus Ornus, and F
What, please ? ie What is it ?
{i} food which God miraculously gave to the Israelites in the wilderness (Biblical); sudden or unexpected assistance; substance obtained from the Eurasian ash tree and formerly used as a laxative
By extension, any good thing which comes into ones hands by luck or good fortune
hardened sugary exudation of various trees
(Old Testament) food that God gave the Israelites during the Exodus
manna gum
The tree Eucalyptus viminalis found in Australia
manna gums
plural form of manna gum
manna ash
southern Mediterranean ash having fragrant white flowers in dense panicles and yielding manna
manna croup
called also manna groats
manna croup
The husked grains of manna grass
manna croup
The portions of hard wheat kernels not ground into flour by the millstones: a kind of semolina prepared in Russia and used for puddings, soups, etc
manna grass
any of several moisture-loving grasses of the genus Glyceria having sweet flavor or odor
manna gum
tall tree yielding a false manna
manna lichen
any of several Old World semi-crustaceous or shrubby lecanoras that roll up and are blown about over African and Arabian deserts and used as food by people and animals



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    /ˈmanə/ /ˈmænə/


    [ 'ma-n& ] (noun.) before 12th century. From Middle English, from Old English, from Late Latin manna, from Ancient Greek μάννα (mánna), from Hebrew מן (mān, “'manna”).