Definition of Monases

1. monas [n] - See also: monas



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Monases

monarchists
monarchize
monarchized
monarchizer
monarchizers
monarchizes
monarchizing
monarchs
monarchy
monardas
monarthric
monarthritis
monarticular
monas
monases (current term)
monaster
monasteries
monastery
monasterylike
monastic
monastic habit
monastic order
monastical
monastically
monasticism
monasticisms
monastick
monasticon
monasticons

Literary usage of Monases

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Quinti Horatii Flacci Opera: accedunt clavis metrica et notæ anglicæ by Horace, Benjamin Apthorp Gould (1835)
"... succeeding generation had been worse than that which preceded it, till they had come to their present degenerate condition. 9. monases et Paeon manus: ..."

2. The Works of Horace by Horace (1853)
"monases, here, is a proper name, but Surena is an oriental term of dignity, indicating the person next in authority to the monarch. ..."

3. Botanisches Zentralblatt: Referierendes Organ für das Gesamtgebiet der Botanik by Botanischer Verein in München, Deutsche Botanische Gesellschaft, Berlin (1908)
"The bioses lactose and maltose differ in that they are hydrolysed by enzymes which also act on the corresponding simple glucosides, monases. ..."

4. Encyclopédie méthodique: ou par ordre de matières: par une société de gens (1823)
"Les monases habitent dans Г Amérique méridionale ; vivent d'insectes ; sont solitaires t: immobiles sur les branches ; nichent dons on arbre creux ou en ..."

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