Definition of Mondes. Meaning of Mondes. Synonyms of Mondes

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Definition of Mondes

Monde
Monde Monde (m[^o]Nd), n. [F. See Mundane.] The world; a globe as an ensign of royalty. [R.] --A. Drummond. Le beau monde [F.], fashionable society. See Beau monde. Demi monde. See Demimonde.

Meaning of Mondes from wikipedia

- A monde, meaning "world" in French, is an orb located near the top of a crown. It represents, as the name suggests, the world that the monarch rules....
- des deux mondes." (in French). Paris: Perrin. ISBN 2-262-00147-2. Guthrie, Christopher E. (January–March 1984). "The "Revue des Deux Mondes" and Imperial...
- Le Monde (French pronunciation: ​[lə mɔ̃d]; English: The World) is a French daily afternoon newspaper. It is the main publication of Le Monde Group and...
- TV5Monde (French pronunciation: ​[te ve sɛ̃k mɔ̃d]), formerly known as TV5, is a French television network, broadcasting several channels of French-language...
- "A Tout le Monde" is a song by American heavy metal band Megadeth, featured on their 1994 studio album Youthanasia. It was released as a single in February...
- Monde Nissin Corporation was founded in 1979 and is a global food and beverages company headquartered in Santa Rosa, Laguna, the Philippines with a portfolio...
- Beau Monde seasoning is a seasoning mixture. Basic versions are composed of salt, onion powder and celery powder. Some versions include additional ingredients...
- The phrase "the best of all possible worlds" (French: le meilleur des mondes possibles; German: Die beste aller möglichen Welten) was coined by the German...
- Play media Café du Monde (French for "Café of the World" or "the People's Café") is a renowned open-air coffee shop located on Decatur Street in the French...
- languages are Mondé, Aruáshi, Suruí, Zoro, and Gavião do Jiparaná. Internal cl****ification of the Mondé languages according to Moore (2005): Mondé Suruí (Paíter)...
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