Definitions for "Manila"
Of or pertaining to Manila or Manilla, the capital of the Philippine Islands; made in, or exported from, that city.
The capital city of the Philippines. Japan captured Manila in January 1942, shortly after Pearl Harbor. The Allies finally retook Manila in early 1945 after three years of brutal Japanese occupation.
(Ninoy Aquino International Airport) (main hub)
Manila comes from the plant 'musa textilis' - for more information on manila see the Kew Gardens website.
a hard, natural fiber that is especially resistant to sunlight
plant also known as ' abaca', the whole plant is used for papermaking and yields several qualities of fibre.
Keywords:  ecru, bleached, papaer, semi, sulphite
Manila paper or the color of manila papaer.
A color or finish similar to that formerly obtained by making paper from manila hemp stock. Under present usage has no significance as to fiber usage.
Describes the color of paper manufactured from rope stocks.
Manila (born 1983 in Kentucky) is an American Thoroughbred Champion racehorse. He was sired by Northern Dancer's son Lyphard, out of the mare Dona Ysidra. He was bred by Filipino food and beverage magnate Eduardo Cojuangco, Jr. who owned Dona Ysidra and who named her for his grandfather's sister, Dona Ysidra Cojuangco (1867-1960) of Tarlac, reportedly the foundress of the Cojuangco family fortune.