Meaning of manty in English:

manty

Pronunciation /?manti/

noun

(also mantay)
dialect, archaic, rare Scottish, British
  • A kind of loose gown or mantle; specifically = "mantua".

Origin

Late 17th century; earliest use found in Thomas Rawlins (c1620–1670), engraver, medallist, and playwright. From manteau, probably with the ending assimilated to the diminutive suffix -y.