Manxman [mangks-muh n] ExamplesWord Origin noun, plural Manx·men.
- a native or inhabitant of the Isle of Man.
Origin of Manxman+ Examples from the Web for manxman Historical Examples of manxman
And Manxman or no Manxman, what for should he turn up his nose at herrings same as these?
Potatoes and herrings, Mr. Christian; just a Manxman’s supper.
I’m a Manxman myself, mate, and I’ve got a lil Manx woman that’s waiting for me yonder.
Never was the name of Manxman so deservedly a badge of disgrace.
So the Manxman, such as he is, taken all the centuries through, is thoroughbred.
British Dictionary definitions for manxman Manxman feminine Manxwoman (ˈmæŋkswʊmən) noun plural -men or -women
- a native or inhabitant of the Isle of Man