[mawn-mar-truh] /mɔ̃ˈmar trə/
a hilly section in the N part of Paris, France: noted for the artists who have frequented and lived in the area.
a district of N Paris, on a hill above the Seine: the highest point in the city; famous for its associations with many artists
district in Paris, from Latin Mons Martyrum “Martyrs’ Mount,” in reference to St. Denis, first bishop of Paris, beheaded here with two companions in 258. The older name was Mons Mercurii.
[mont-muh-ril-uh-nahyt] /ˌmɒnt məˈrɪl əˌnaɪt/ noun 1. any of a group of clay minerals characterized by the ability to expand when they absorb large quantities of water. /ˌmɒntməˈrɪləˌnaɪt/ noun 1. a clay mineral consisting of hydrated aluminium silicate: an important component of bentonite
[mawn-par-nas] /mɔ̃ parˈnas/ noun 1. a district in S Paris, France, on the left bank of the Seine: noted for its cafés and the artists and writers who have frequented and lived in the area. /French mɔ̃parnas/ noun 1. a district of S Paris, on the left bank of the Seine: noted for its cafés, […]
[mont-peel-yer] /mɒntˈpil yər/ noun 1. a city in and the capital of Vermont, in the central part. [ver-mont] /vərˈmɒnt/ noun 1. a state of the NE United States: a part of New England. 9609 sq. mi. (24,885 sq. km). Capital: Montpelier. Abbreviation: VT (for use with zip code), Vt. /mɒntˈpiːljə/ noun 1. a city in […]
[Spanish per-th ee-th aw] /Spanish pɛrˈði ðɔ/ noun 1. Mon·te [Spanish mawn-te] /Spanish ˈmɔn tɛ/ (Show IPA) a mountain in NE Spain, a peak of the Pyrenees. 10,994 feet (3350 meters). [per-dy] /pɛrˈdü/ noun 1. Mont [mawn] /mɔ̃/ (Show IPA). French name of Monte Perdido. /Spanish pɛrˈðiðo/ noun 1. Monte perdido (ˈmɔnte). a mountain in […]