man·do[1]

  1. command
  2. confide
  3. entrust
  4. order
  5. to commit
  6. to send word

Synonyms for mando

  • commendoto commit
  • decretumdecree, edict, judgment, order, ordinance, principle
  • ducocommand, consider, considered, construct, count, delay, draw, draw in, esteem, influence, marry a wife, mislead, reckon, shape, spend, to calculate, to charm, to draw, to lead, to lead on the march
  • gubernatiocommand, direction, government, leadership
  • imperiumauthority, command, control, power to command, realm, rule, sovereignty
  • imperocommand, hold sway, to command, to give orders, to rule
  • iubeobid, command, tell someone to do, to order
  • iussicommand, tell someone to do, to order
  • iussumcommand, tell someone to do, to order
  • jussioorder

Similar to mando

  • mansuetudomildness
  • mancepogive into charge, to sell formally, turn over
  • mancipiumslave
  • mancipoalienate, catch, give into charge, give up, seize, to sell formally, to transfer, turn over
  • mandatumcharge, command, commission, decree, entrust, instruction, mandate, message, order
  • mansuescoto grow mild
  • mansuetusgentle, mild, soft
  • mansurusabide, that which will endure
  • remandorespond, send back word, to notify in return
  • doconvey, donate, furnish, offer, to give