noun, plural mon·a·des [mon-uh-deez]. /ˈmɒn əˌdiz/.
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So general was once the belief in its portentous nature that Ehrenberg described it under the name Monas Prodigiosa.Current Superstitions|Various
Nyni d' oudeteron toutn prokeitai legein, alla tas physikas dynameis monas apodeiknyein en hekast tn organn tettaras hyparchousas.On the Natural Faculties|Galen
Monas look, her touch, her soft vibrating voice set every nerve on edge.Wee Wifie|Rosa Nouchette Carey
Mr. S. Kent named them Cercomonas typica and Monas dallingeri respectively.
Monas set out on his journey a few days after his arrival at Barugaza.The Paladins of Edwin the Great|Clements R. Markham