Can anyone tell me what is the adjective of MANCHESTER? Thanks
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Can anyone tell me what is the adjective of MANCHESTER? Thanks

Mancunian

Les
Can anyone tell me what is the adjective of MANCHESTER? Thanks

Mancunian

And, more recently, in a slang usage - 'manc' (which also does service as a noun)

John Dean
Oxford
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Mancunian

And, more recently, in a slang usage - 'manc' (which also does service as a noun)

With plural "mancs"? Couldn't that confuse the inhabitants of a certain island?
And, more recently, in a slang usage - 'manc' (which also does service as a noun)

With plural "mancs"? Couldn't that confuse the inhabitants of a certain island?

Or cats that can't spell.

Tony Cooper
Orlando, FL
With plural "mancs"? Couldn't that confuse the inhabitants of a certain island?

Or cats that can't spell.

Like a linc, the singular Felis canadensis ?

Odysseus
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And, more recently, in a slang usage - 'manc' (which also does service as a noun)

With plural "mancs"?

Mancs are natives of Manchester.
Couldn't that confuse the inhabitants of a certain island?

Why?
DC
Mancunian

And, more recently, in a slang usage - 'manc' (which also does service as a noun)

There's also 'Manky' - vaguely crap - "Bad, inferior, defective; dirty, disgusting, unpleasant" (OED) which I've always thought was derived from cheap goods manufactured in Manc, though OED doesn't agree with that etymology...
DC Manc resident, but Sotonian, not Mancunian.
With plural "mancs"? Couldn't that confuse the inhabitants of a certain island?

Or cats that can't spell.

And thereby hangs a tale ...

John Dean
Oxford
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