noun, plural mon·tes [mon-teez] /ˈmɒn tiz/. Anatomy.
Origin of mons
noun Scot. and North England.
Examples from the Web for mons
Contemporary Examples of mons
In the cold, the German and British soldiers climbed out of their trenches at a place called Mons.The Fourth War: My Lunch with a Jihadi
January 21, 2014
Historical Examples of mons
With hard rowing we got that night (11th January, 1701,) to Mons.A Sketch of the Life of Brig. Gen. Francis Marion
William Dobein James
The Marne, and the Retreat from Mons straightened him in his saddle.The Leopard Woman
Stewart Edward White
But as no Art was ever invented and perfected at once; so it remain'd for Mons.
Feuillet, to raise the compleat and finish'd Superstructure on Mons.
All who have been in France about that time have heard of the reputation of 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.