manipular[mə nip′yo̵̅o̅ lər, -yə-]
manipular definition by Webster's New World
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- of a maniple (in the ancient Roman army)
- of manipulation
Origin: Classical Latin manipularis
a soldier of a maniple
manipular definition by American Heritage Dictionary
- Of or relating to an ancient Roman maniple.
- Of or relating to manipulation.
A soldier in a Roman maniple.