Meaning of Manger
What is Manger:
As a manger we can designate a kind of container where food is put to feed the animals.
It can also refer to the representation of the birth of Jesus Christ, which is done at Christmas time in countries with a Catholic tradition.
Manger is originally a term typical of the rural and livestock environment. It is the place that is intended for feeding the animals. It can be made of wood, clay, stone, or in masonry work.
Nowadays, however, it is common to use a kind of bathtub that serves as a trough and trough for animals.
The word, as such, comes from Latin praesēpe.
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The Christmas nativity scene, also known as a nativity scene or nativity scene, is the representation of the birth of Jesus Christ that is made during Christmas, both in religious temples and in public spaces and in people's homes. It is usually armed from December 8, Day of the Virgin of the Immaculate Conception.