[mon-tuh-nee-groh, -neg-roh] /ˌmɒn təˈni groʊ, -ˈnɛg roʊ/
a republic in S Europe since 2006: formerly a constituent republic of Yugoslavia, in the SW part (1918–2006); an independent kingdom 1878–1918. 6333 sq. mi. (13,812 sq. km).
of or relating to Montenegro or its people, or their language
the language that is spoken in Montenegro
a republic in S central Europe, bordering on the Adriatic; declared a kingdom in 1910 and united with Serbia, Croatia, and other territories in 1918 to form Yugoslavia; remained united with Serbia as the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia when the other Yugoslav constituent republics became independent in 1991–92; Union of Serbia and Montenegro formed in 2003 and dissolved 2006. Mainly mountainous. Language: Serbian (Montenegrin). Religion: Orthodox Christian majority. Currency: euro. Capital: Podgorica. Pop: 653 474 (2013 est). Area: 13 812 sq km (5387 sq miles)
Adriatic coastal nation, from Venetian Italian (Tuscan monte nero), literally “black mountain,” a loan-translation of the local Slavonic name, Crnagora. Related: Montenegrine.
[mawn-te le-aw-ne] /ˈmɔn tɛ lɛˈɔ nɛ/ noun 1. a mountain in S Switzerland, on the Italian border: highest peak in the Lepontine Alps. 11,684 feet (3561 meters). [le-aw-ne] /lɛˈɔ nɛ/ noun 1. Giovanni [jaw-vahn-nee] /dʒɔˈvɑn ni/ (Show IPA), 1908–2001, Italian political leader: prime minister 1963, 1968; president 1971–78. 2. Monte, . /liːˈəʊnɪ/ noun 1. the […]
/moof/ [MAC users] 1. A semi-legendary creature, also called the “dogcow”, that lurks in the depths of the Macintosh Technical Notes Hypercard stack V3.1; specifically, the full story of the dogcow is told in technical note #31 (the particular Moof illustrated is properly named “Clarus”). Option-shift-click will cause it to emit a characteristic “Moof!” or […]
[moo goo gahy pan] /ˈmu ˈgu ˈgaɪ ˈpæn/ noun, Cantonese Cookery. 1. a dish of sliced chicken stir-fried with button mushrooms and, often, assorted vegetables.
/mɔɪ/ adjective 1. (South African, slang) pleasing; nice