Definition of mandarah in English:

mandarah

(also mandara, mundarah)

noun

  • In the Middle East: a room for receiving visitors; (later also) a guest house.

Origin

Mid 19th century; earliest use found in Edward Lane (1801–1876), orientalist. From Arabic manẓara place with a view, guest room, reception room from naẓara to see, view.

Pronunciation

mandarah

/ˈmandərə/