Definitions for MONmɒn
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Random House Webster's College Dictionary
Ref: man. 1
a member of a people now living mainly in the N part of the Burmese panhandle, though historically occupying a broader area of the lower Irrawaddy and Salween rivers in lower Burma.
their Mon-Khmer language.
var. of mono- before a vowel:
the second day of the week; the first working day
a member of a Buddhist people living in Myanmar and adjacent parts of Thailand
the Mon-Khmer language spoken by the Mon
the former currency of Japan until 1870, before the yen
a colloquial pronunciation of man in places such as Jamaica and Shropshire in England.
A people living primarily in the Mon State of Myanmar (also known as Burma), and in Thailand.
The language of this people, in the Austro-Asiatic language family.
Mon, also monshō, mondokoro, and kamon, are Japanese emblems used to decorate and identify an individual or family. While mon is an encompassing term that may refer to any such device, kamon and mondokoro refer specifically to emblems used to identify a family. The devices are similar to the badges and coats of arms in European heraldic tradition, which likewise are used to identify individuals and families. Mon are often referred to as crests in Western literature; another European heraldic device similar to the mon in function.
Anagrams of MON
nom, no'm, nom., NOM
Translations for MON
Kernerman English Multilingual Dictionary
(sometimes wear and tear ) damage due to use
The hall carpet is showing signs of wear.
- البِلى بالإسْتِعْمال العاديArabic
- desgastePortuguese (BR)
- die AbnutzungGerman
- slid; slitageDanish
- desgaste, deterioroSpanish
- 마손, 마멸Korean
- nodilums; nolietojumsLatvian
- فرسوده شويPashto
- nötning, slitageSwedish
- เสียหาย; ชำรุด ทรุดโทรม; เสียหายเนื่องจากใช้มาเป็นเวลานานThai
- yıpranma, eskimeTurkish
- 磨損Chinese (Trad.)
- ٹوٹ پھوٹUrdu
- 磨损Chinese (Simp.)
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