I don't know how to pronounce 'manor'. Is it read the same as 'manner'?
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I don't know how to pronounce 'manor'. Is it read the same as 'manner'?

Yes.

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I don't know how to pronounce 'manor'. Is it read the same as 'manner'?

Yes.

No!
Cf "glimmer" and "glamour".
Izzy
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Yes.

No!

No, yes!
Cf "glimmer" and "glamour".

Those are two other words, but they both end with the same "er" as manor and manner.

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I don't know how to pronounce 'manor'. Is it read the same as 'manner'?

Close to it, but not exactly. I don't do symbols. Richard?
Charles Riggs
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They do not, nor do 'manor' and 'manner' end with the same 'er' sound.
Charles Riggs
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No, yes! Those are two other words, but they both end with the same "er" as manor and manner.

They do not, nor do 'manor' and 'manner' end with the same 'er' sound.

NSOED shows "manor" and "manner" with identical pronunciations, likewise the last syllable of "glimmer", "glamour" and ""grammar": all end with a simple schwa (no 'r' of course in RP BrE).
Alan Jones
They do not, nor do 'manor' and 'manner' end with the same 'er' sound.

NSOED shows "manor" and "manner" with identical pronunciations, likewise the last syllable of "glimmer", "glamour" and ""grammar": all end with a simple schwa (no 'r' of course in RP BrE).

I see that the woman's voice attached to Merriam-Webster's Collegiate sounds the first two in the same way; she lacks the subtlety I'd expect from a refined speaker. To call a manor a 'manner' seems hopelessly plebian to me not something I'd expect to hear even from a Midwesterner or Westerner with an American twang but the final word, as always, must come from Richard.

Charles Riggs
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NSOED shows "manor" and "manner" with identical pronunciations, likewisethe last ... with asimple schwa (no 'r' of course in RP BrE).

I see that the woman's voice attached to Merriam-Webster's Collegiate sounds the first two in the same way; she lacks ... a Midwesterner or Westerner with an American twang but the final word, as always, must come from Richard.

Neither you nor Richard should be considered expert in Midwestern (or even Western) pronunciation, Charles. Richard, it is true, seems to have spent a few months in Chicago, but it would take a resident/native of the peculiar area in which he resided to judge the authenticity of his analysis of Chi-talk.
Meanwhile, your credentials seem somewhat lacking. . .not unlike Bolton's credentials for representing the US to the UN.
Ray Wise, a Midwesterner, born and bred, and I, (ditto), assert that we speak the ending syllables in manor and manner in the same way (though I admit that Ray does some research to back it up).
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