[mawn-toh-bahn] /mɔ̃ toʊˈbɑ̃/
a city in and the capital of Tarn-et-Garonne, in S France, N of Toulouse.
[tar-ney-ga-rawn] /ˈtar neɪ gaˈrɔn/
a department in S France. 1440 sq. mi. (3730 sq. km).
a city in SW France: a stronghold in the 16th and 17th centuries, taken by Richelieu in 1629. Pop: 51 855 (1999)
a department of SW France, in Midi-Pyrénées region. Capital: Montauban. Pop: 214 488 (2003 est). Area: 3731 sq km (1455 sq miles)
[mon-tawk] /ˈmɒn tɔk/ noun 1. the SE end of Long Island, in SE New York.
[mawn blahn] /mɔ̃ ˈblɑ̃/ noun 1. a mountain in SE France, near the Italian border: highest peak of the Alps, 15,781 feet (4810 meters). [blahn for 1, 3; blangk for 2] /blɑ̃ for 1, 3; blæŋk for 2/ noun 1. Jean Joseph Charles Louis [zhahn zhaw-zef sharl lwee] /ʒɑ̃ ʒɔˈzɛf ʃarl lwi/ (Show IPA), 1811–82, […]
/mɒnˈbriːʃə/ noun 1. a widely cultivated plant of the African iridaceous genus Crocosmia, a cross between C. aurea and C. pottsii, with ornamental orange or yellow flowers, grown mostly as pot plants
[mont-kahm; French mawn-kalm] /mɒntˈkɑm; French mɔ̃ˈkalm/ noun 1. Louis Joseph [lwee zhaw-zef] /lwi ʒɔˈzɛf/ (Show IPA), 1712–59, French general in Canada. /mɒntˈkɑːm; French mɔ̃kalm/ noun 1. Louis Joseph (lwi ʒozɛf), Marquis de Montcalm de Saint-Véran. 1712–59, French general in Canada (1756); killed in Quebec by British forces under General Wolfe