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MANY, adjective men'ny.
1. Numerous; comprising a great number of individuals.
Thou shalt be a father of many nations. Genesis 17:4.
Not many wise men after the flesh, not many mighty, not many noble, are called. 1 Corinthians 1:26.
MANY are the afflictions of the righteous. Psalms 34:12.
It is often preceded by as or so, and followed by so, indicating an equal number.
As many books as you take, so many shall be charged to your account.
So many laws argue so many sins.
It is followed by as.
As many as were willing-hearted brought bracelets. Exodus 34:1.
It precedes an or a, before a noun in the singular number.
Full many a gem of purest ray serene.
2. In low language, preceded by too, it denotes powerful or much; as, they are too many for us.
MANY, noun men'ny. A multitude; a great number of individuals; the people.
O thou fond many
The vulgar and the many are fit only to be led or driven.
MANY, noun men'ny. A retinue of servants; household.
MANY-CLEFT', adjective Multifid; having many fissures.
MANY-COL'ORED, adjective Having many colors or hues.
MANY-COR'NERED, adjective Having many corners, or more than twelve; polygonal.
MANY-FLOW'ERED, adjective Having many flowers.
MANY-HEAD'ED, adjective Having many heads; as a many-headed monster; many-headed tyranny.
MANY-LAN'GUAGED, adjective Having many languages.
MANY-LE'AVED, adjective Polyphyllous; having many leaves.
MANY-M'ASTERED, adjective Having many masters.
MANY-P'ARTED, adjective Multipartite; divided into several parts; as a corol.
MANY-PE'OPLED, adjective Having a numerous population.
MANY-PET'ALED, adjective Having many petals.
MANY-TWINK'LING, adjective Variously twinkling or gleaming.
MANY-VALV'ED, adjective Multivalvular; having many valves.