"moniment" meaning in All languages combined

See moniment on Wiktionary

Noun [English]

Etymology: From Latin monimentum, monumentum. See monument. Etymology templates: {{cln|en|undefined derivations}}, {{uder|en|la|monimentum}} Latin monimentum, {{m|la|monumentum}} monumentum, {{m|en|monument}} monument Head templates: {{en-noun}} moniment (plural moniments) Forms: moniments [plural]
  1. (obsolete) Something to preserve memory; a reminder; a monument. Tags: obsolete
    Sense id: moniment-en-noun--mu9-5eJ
  2. (obsolete, by extension) A mark, image, or superscription; a record. Tags: broadly, obsolete
    Sense id: moniment-en-noun-LCJRv3S4 Categories (other): English undefined derivations Disambiguation of English undefined derivations: 21 79

Inflected forms

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