manētis. second-person plural present active indicative of maneō.
Mantises are an order (Mantodea) of insects that contains over 2,400 species and about 430 genera in 15 families. The largest family is the Mantidae ("mantids"). Mantises are distributed worldwide in temperate and tropical habitats.
Mantis is the common name of any insect in the order Mantodea, also commonly known as praying mantises. The word itself means "prophet" in Latin and Greek (μάντις). This may also refer to: In biology: Mantis (genus), a genus of mantises.
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Master Mantis is one of the supporting characters of the Kung Fu Panda franchise. He is a member of the Furious Five as well as one of Master Shifu's students at the Jade Palace. He is a master of the Mantis Style of kung fu.
This one may legitimately call herself a mistress of the martial arts... -- Mantis. Mantis was the daughter of Gustav Brandt and Lua Nguyen. While a child, she was trained by the alien Priests of Pama, a sect of the Kree, who believed that she might become the "Celestial Madonna".
Define mantis. mantis synonyms, mantis pronunciation, mantis translation, English dictionary definition of mantis. n. pl. man·tis·es or man·tes Any of various predatory...
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If not wingless, a mantis will have two sets of wings: the outer wings, called the foreseeing or tegmina, are usually narrow, opaque...