"monokini" meaning in All languages combined

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Noun [English]

IPA: /mɒnə(ʊ)ˈkiːni/ [UK]
Etymology: Borrowed from French monokini or simply mono- + -kini, punningly reinterpreting the first syllable of "bikini" as the prefix bi-. Etymology templates: {{bor|en|fr|monokini}} French monokini, {{af|en|mono-|-kini}} mono- + -kini, {{m|en|bi-}} bi- Head templates: {{en-noun}} monokini (plural monokinis) Forms: monokinis [plural]
  1. The lower part of a bikini without the upper part (i.e., topless).
    Sense id: monokini-en-noun-ArqBbtUf Translations (bikini worn without the upper part): monokini (Finnish), monokini [masculine] (French), Monokini [masculine] (German), monokini [masculine] (Italian), monokini [neuter] (Polish), monoquini [masculine] (Spanish), monokini [common-gender] (Swedish) Disambiguation of 'bikini worn without the upper part': 78 22
  2. A one-piece swimsuit, which may cover both the chest and the crotch (as contrasted with a bikini, which consists of two pieces). Categories (topical): Swimwear
    Sense id: monokini-en-noun-x8kdrWjv Disambiguation of Swimwear: 38 62
The following are not (yet) sense-disambiguated
Related terms: bikini, trikini, facekini, one-piece Coordinate_terms: bikini

Noun [Italian]

Etymology: Borrowed from English mokokini, equivalent to mono- + bikini. Etymology templates: {{bor|it|en|mokokini}} English mokokini, {{af|it|mono-|bikini}} mono- + bikini Head templates: {{it-noun|m|#}} monokini m (invariable)
  1. monokini Tags: invariable, masculine Categories (topical): Swimwear
    Sense id: monokini-it-noun-.3mEHVOD

Noun [Spanish]

IPA: /monoˈkini/, [mo.noˈki.ni]
Etymology: Borrowed from English monokini. Etymology templates: {{bor|es|en|monokini}} English monokini Head templates: {{es-noun|m}} monokini m (plural monokinis) Forms: monokinis [plural]
  1. monokini Tags: masculine Categories (topical): Swimwear
    Sense id: monokini-es-noun-.3mEHVOD Synonyms: monoquini

Inflected forms

Download JSON data for monokini meaning in All languages combined (5.7kB)

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