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Date: 1300-1400
Language: Old French
Origin: manouvrer 'to work with the hands', from Latin manu operare; MANEUVER1

manure

noun
     
Related topics: Gardening, Agriculture, Soil
ma‧nure [uncountable]
TAS waste matter from animals that is mixed with soil to improve the soil and help plants grow
manure verb [transitive]

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