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Monkshood
Monkshood Monks"hood`, n. (Bot.) A plant of the genus Aconitum; aconite. See Aconite.

Meaning of Monks from wikipedia

- asceticism by monastic living, either alone or with any number of other monks. A monk may be a person who decides to dedicate his life to serving all other...
- The Monks, referred to by the name monks on record sleeves, were an American garage rock band formed in Gelnhausen, West Germany in 1964. ****embled by...
- ****anese warrior. Righteous armies, Korean guerilla fighters, including monks Knights Templar, Knights Hospitaller and Teutonic Knights, warriors during...
- Monks is the plural of monk, a religious ascetic. Monks may also refer to: Places: Monks Bay, Isle of Wight, England Monks Brook, Hampshire, England Monks...
- Monks was originally released on VHS but was re-released on DVD. It was filmed and directed by Gavin Bowden. On July 16, 2011, NME voted Funky Monks the...
- extremely devout monk about 30 years old. He was found left at the Abbey doorstep when he was too young to tell his tale. The monks consider him a present...
- claim a victory for the monks, rather than a defeat. In 1641, rebel forces led by Li Zicheng sacked the monastery due to the monks' support of the Ming dynasty...
- John Stephen Monks, Baron Monks (born 5 August 1945) is a Labour Co-operative member of the House of Lords and former trade unionist leader, who served...
- been fortified by their monks to hold out against him. However, with the help of his ****istants, the core of obedient Irish monks and the aid of both English...
- called the Black Monks, in reference to the colour of their religious habits. They were founded by Saint Benedict of Nursia, a 6th-century monk who laid the...
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