Definition of Monsieur. Meaning of Monsieur. Synonyms of Monsieur

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Definition of Monsieur

Monsieur
Monsieur Mon*sieur", n.; pl. Messieurs. [F., fr. mon my + Sieur, abbrev. of seigneur lord. See Monseigneur.] 1. The common title of civility in France in speaking to, or of, a man; Mr. or Sir. [Represented by the abbreviation M. or Mons. in the singular, and by MM. or Messrs. in the plural.] 2. The oldest brother of the king of France. 3. A Frenchman. [Contemptuous] --Shak.

Meaning of Monsieur from wikipedia

- Monsieur (French pronunciation: ​[mə.sjø]; pl. Messieurs; 1512, from Middle French mon sieur, literally "my lord") is an honorific title that used to refer...
- A croque monsieur (French pronunciation: ​[kʁɔk məsjø]; French for "mister crunch") is a baked or fried boiled ham and cheese sandwich. The dish originated...
- Monsieur Lazhar is a 2011 Canadian French-language drama film directed by Philippe Falardeau and starring Mohamed Saïd Fellag, Sophie Nélisse and Danielle...
- from prison. Valjean is also known in the novel as Monsieur Madeleine, Ultime Fauchelevent, Monsieur Leblanc, and Urbain Fabre. Valjean and police Inspector...
- Madame Monsieur is a French duo consisting of vocalist Émilie Satt and producer Jean-Karl Lucas. They represented France at the Eurovision Song Contest...
- Monsieur Mallah is a fictional character, a superintelligent anthropomorphic gorilla supervillain in the DC Comics Universe and the loyal servant to the...
- Monsieur Ibrahim (original title: Monsieur Ibrahim et les fleurs du Coran; (French pronunciation: ​[məsjø ibʁaim e le flœʁ dy kɔʁɑ̃], Mister Ibrahim and...
- for the authorities to track him down. While in Paris, he used that of "Monsieur Ramboz", whilst in London he signed off his letters as "A. Williams". His...
- for deliberately consuming indigestible objects. He came to be known as Monsieur Mangetout ("Mr. Eat-All"). His performances involved the consumption of...
- Monsieur Hulot is a character created and pla**** by French comic Jacques Tati for a series of films in the 1950s and '60s, namely Les Vacances de Monsieur...
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