Coelred rose to take the helm, and Porlor followed monas to the land of dreams.
The Spaniards called them “monas coloradas;” but they are generally known as howling monkeys.
Mr. S. Kent named them Cercomonas typica and monas dallingeri respectively.
It was not often that monas kept the boys awake with such serious discourse.
Crystal was so young, and she did not know that poor monas life was doomed.
The subject of all is one (monas), and all things are in truth one, although in individuals they seem to be many.
monas′ticism, the corporate monastic life or system of living; monas′ticon, a book about monasteries and monks.
The Gothic Prince was now looking for two or three followers who would work under monas, and whom he could thoroughly trust.
Mller introduced the terms monas, Proteus and Vibrio, which are still in use.
monas, in early life, had been a companion of the better–known merchant and monk Cosmas in his daring voyages.
fem. proper name, from Irish Muadhnait, diminutive of muadh "noble."