Definition of maenor in US English:

maenor

(also maenol)

noun

Welsh History
  • A Welsh territorial and administrative unit consisting of a number of townships, largely superseded by the smaller tref by the end of the 12th cent.

Origin

Mid 19th century. From Welsh maenor, maenol administrative district, manor, perhaps from maen stone + adjectival ending -awr.

Pronunciation

maenor

/ˈmʌɪnɔː/