Mani is a name or word occurring in several etymologically unrelated languages and cultures, including:
- Maní - a legend of the indigenous tribe Tupi in Brazil.
- Mani (prophet), the founder of Manichaeism.
- Kalabhavan Mani, a popular actor and singer in South Indian movies.
- the Sanskrit for "jewel, gem"
- Mani (name), an Indian masculine personal name
- Mani, short for the mantra of Avalokiteśvara, Om mani padme hum, and another name for a prayer wheel used for prayers in Tibetan Buddhism
- Mani stone, stone inscribed with mantras, used for prayer in Tibetan Buddhism
- Mani Rimbdu, a Nepalese festival, see Culture of Nepal
- Máni, a personification of the moon in Norse mythology
- Manibozho, a Native American trickster or rabbit god
- Mani people, a Negrito ethnic group from Thailand
- Maniyy, a term for sexual fluids in Islamic jurisprudence
- Maní, the Spanish (from Maipurean) for peanut
- El Juego de Maní ("peanut game"), an Afro-Cuban martial art/dance similar to Capoeira
- Mani the Parakeet, a Rose-ringed Parakeet that serves as an astrologer 'assistant' to M. Muniyappan in Singapore
- Mani, Nigeria, a town in Katsina State, Nigeria
- Mani Peninsula in Greece
- Maní, Yucatán, a small city in Yucatán, Mexico
- Maní, Casanare a town and municipality in Casanare Department, Colombia
- Mani, Chad, a town and sub-prefecture in Chad
- Mani, Tibet
- Mani (village) , a village in Dakshina Kannada district of India
In the arts and popular culture:
- Mani Neumeier, frontman of a German Krautrock-band Guru Guru
- Gary "Mani" Mounfield, bassist of Primal Scream and The Stone Roses
- Manes, disambiguation page
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