Sleeve It is a term that has different meanings according to its etymological root.

Specifically, we can underline that when that word derives from Latin, exactly from “manica”, it can be translated as “dress sleeve”. A word that was formed from the sum of two lexical components of that language:
-The noun “manus”, which is synonymous with “hand”.
-The relationship suffix “-ica”.

SleeveThe sleeves can cover a part of the arm or the entire length of the limb. There is also the clothing sleeveless. For instance: “It’s cold, I’m going to put on a long-sleeved shirt”, “My grandfather gave me a short-sleeved shirt that has a picture of Lionel Messi on the front.”, “For the party I’m going to wear a sleeveless dress”.

In fact, we cannot ignore the existence of the expression “Good morning green sleeves”. This is used to mention that something that was long awaited occurs when it is no longer good for anything.

This expression has its origin in the Holy Brotherhood. And it is that within that were the green sleeves, who wore that color and who were some gang members who were in charge of arresting and imprisoning criminals. It has gone down in history that on many occasions these agents arrived at the scene of the crime when the criminals had already committed it and had already escaped.

Manga is also the name of a tube that is used to administer or aspirate a fluid. In the field of gastronomy, the sleeve is a utensil with a spike: “Once the cake is ready, we will finish the preparation by making meringue flakes with a sleeve”, “With the help of the sleeve we must add cream to the cake”, “I need a sleeve to decorate the birthday cake”.

A sleeve, on the other hand, is a articulated tunnel, a passage or one runway: “The visiting team has not yet appeared up the sleeve, but the local team is already on the field”, “Just when we were about to enter the sleeve to get on the plane, they informed us of the cancellation of the flight”.

In several countries South Americans, disparagingly called manga to a set of individuals: “I will not negotiate with a sleeve of criminals”, “The directors of this club are a sleeve of thieves”.

Manga, finally, is a comic made in Japan. It is the genre that brings together the comics created in said Asian nation, with particular thematic and style characteristics.

Japanese manga can be divided in various ways. Thus, for example, it can be classified by theme and genre:
-Gekiga, which is dramatic.
-Nekketsu, which is action.
-Maho Shojo, which is when the protagonists have powers or some special object that gives them.
-Spokon, which revolves around sports.
-Ecchi, that’s erotic.
-Mecha, which is starring robots.
-Yuri, when it revolves around the love story of two girls.