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Definition of Mon

  • The badge of a family, esp. of a family of the ancient feudal nobility. The most frequent form of the mon is circular, and it commonly consists of conventionalized forms from nature, flowers, birds, insects, the lightnings, the waves of the sea, or of geometrical symbolic figures; color is only a secondary character. It appears on lacquer and pottery, and embroidered on, or woven in, fabrics. The imperial chrysanthemum, the mon of the reigning family, is used as a national emblem. Formerly the mon of the shoguns of the Tokugawa family was so used.
  • the Mon-Khmer language spoken by the Mon
  • a member of a Buddhist people living in Myanmar and adjacent parts of Thailand
  • the second day of the week; the first working day

How to use mon in a sentence. Mon pronunciation.

He went directly to the chamber of the Empress to assure himself if she had recovered from the fright she had experienced; and then returned to his room, and throwing his hat on the bed, dropped on a sofa, exclaiming, "Mon Dieu!
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May I press your hand in friendship?'-' Mon Dieu!
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Oui; mette le au mon pocket: depeche, quickly.
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Je l'entends d'abord sur les violons; plus tard on ajouterait d'autres instruments, des cors sans doute; mais pour rendre la tristesse de mon pauvre pays la bas il ne faut drait pas tout cela.
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Et parce que vous allez rester fatalement sur le bord de 'mon lac' j'ai un double plaisir a vous le dedier.
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Pour vous, mon livre sera toujours une belle et noble chose.
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He referred to her ironically as la fille de mon concierge.
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To Philip it seemed crude and stupid; the naive obscenity-c'est la vie, mon cher, c'est la vie, he cried-the naive obscenity served only to emphasise the conventionality of the anecdote.
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She would have liked to throw herself into his arms, and cry before them all: "Mon Armand!" and go away with him to the House with the Tall Porch.
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Petit, her mistress and I giving the best advice we could for her to suspend her marriage till Mons.
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Knocking at the door, there passed me Mons.
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Mon cher, il sera bientot fait, Quoique en miniature.
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The incident recalls the "Mon cher Tibulle" of Voltaire and the youthful Parny (see Note 42).
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A MON FRAE THE NORTH.
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He's a grand mon for a hole or a cut or a bit broken leg.
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But if ye'd no' mind, ye'll joost kindly say `Andy mon,' or `laddie' when you speak to me.
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Ye see, cook seems to belang more to a sonsy lassie than a mon.
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Est de montrer tout mon courage.
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Mon crime est d'avoir eu la curiosité littéraire de ramasser et de couler dans un moule très travaillé la langue du peuple.
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Moi, je donnais mon linge à une blanchisseuse de la rue Poulet; mais elle m'emportait tout, avec son chlore et ses brosses.
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Examples of Mon

Example #1
At last he arrived unharmed, but very tired, his clothing all in disorder, and his face blackened with smoke, his shoes and stockings scorched and burned by the fire.
Example #2
From the time of the arrival of the Empress we were in a state of terrible apprehension, and every one in the chateau was a prey to the greatest anxiety in regard to the Emperor.
Example #3
Yes, my mother, I read your thoughts.
Example #4
He explained to me his situation in the Chamber.
Example #5
Vere is dat knave, Rugby? QUICKLY.
Example #6
Je m'en vais a la cour-la grande affaire.