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Manger


MANGER, noun [Latin mando.]

1. A trough or box in which fodder is laid for cattle, or the place in which horses and cattle are fed.

2. In ships of war, a space across the deck, within the hawse-holes, separated from the after part of the deck, to prevent the water which enters the hawse-holes from running over the deck.