[mon-oh] /ˈmɒn oʊ/
short for monophonic
monophonic sound; monophony
1959 as a shortening of monophonic; earlier used among printers for “monotype machine” (c.1925) and generally for monochrome (motorcar, etc.), 1940s. From 1964 as short for mononucleosis.
mono mon·o (mŏn’ō)
[moh-zey-ik] /moʊˈzeɪ ɪk/ adjective 1. of or relating to Moses or the writings, laws, and principles attributed to him: Mosaic ethics. /məˈzeɪɪk/ noun 1. a design or decoration made up of small pieces of coloured glass, stone, etc 2. the process of making a mosaic 3. 4. (genetics) another name for chimera (sense 4) 5. […]
[pon-tik] /ˈpɒn tɪk/ adjective 1. pertaining to the Pontus Euxinus or to Pontus. /ˈpɒntɪk/ adjective 1. denoting or relating to the Black Sea adj. 1550s; see Pontus + -ic. pontic pon·tic (pŏn’tĭk) n. An artificial tooth on a fixed partial denture.
[moh-stuh-leys; Spanish maw-staw-les] /ˈmoʊ stə leɪs; Spanish ˈmɔ stɔˌlɛs/ noun 1. a city in central Spain, a SW suburb of Madrid.
[rev-er-uh nd, rev-ruh nd] /ˈrɛv ər ənd, ˈrɛv rənd/ adjective 1. (initial capital letter) (used as a title of respect applied or prefixed to the name of a member of the clergy or a religious order): Reverend Timothy Cranshaw; Reverend Mother. 2. worthy to be revered; entitled to reverence. 3. pertaining to or characteristic of […]