noun, plural mon·tes [mon-teez] /ˈmɒn tiz/. Anatomy.
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noun Scot. and North England.
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In the cold, the German and British soldiers climbed out of their trenches at a place called Mons.
When this third hour had been bellowed away, and the bell had rung unheard the advent of a fourth—presto—in came Mons.
"The Mons looks like a warrior taking his rest—his last rest," says Birley, gravely, giving me a subdued nudge.
But the people of Mons insisted on her remaining there to head the resistance to Brabant and Burgundy.
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Word Origin and History for mons
from Latin mons (plural montes) "mountain" (see mount (n.)); used in English in various anatomical senses, especially mons Veneris "mountains of Love," fleshy eminence atop the vaginal opening, 1690s; often mons for short.