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monastic fathersMönchsväter {pl}
monastic habit Mönchsgewand {n}
monastic humanistKlosterhumanist {m}
monastic idealMönchsideal {f}
monastic imprisonmentKlosterhaft {f}
Monastic Island of ReichenauKlosterinsel {f} Reichenau
monastic landscapeKlosterlandschaft {f}
monastic library Klosterbibliothek {f}
monastic life Mönchsleben {n}
monastic lifeKlosterleben {n}
monastic life klösterliches Leben {n}
monastic medicineKlostermedizin {f}
monastic name Ordensname {m}
monastic office Offizium {n} [Stundengebet]
monastic order Mönchsorden {m}
monastic order Mönchorden {m} [Rsv.]
monastic profession monastische Profess {f}
monastic property Klostergut {n}
monastic property Klosterbesitz {m}
monastic reform Klosterreform {f}
monastic reformer Klosterreformer {m}
monastic ruleKlosterregel {f}
monastic ruleMönchsregel {f}
monastic rules Klosterregeln {pl}
monastic rulesOrdensregeln {pl}
monastic rulesmonastische Regeln {pl}
monastic school Klosterschule {f}
monastic scribe Schreibermönch {m} [fachspr.] [selten]
monastic settlement Mönchssiedlung {f}
monastic spirit [way of thinking] monastischer Geist {m} [Denkweise]
Monastic State of the Teutonic Knights [(East) Prussia to 1525]Ordenspreußen {n}
monastic traditionMönchstradition {f}
monastic traditionmonastische Tradition {f}
monastic vowsMönchsgelübde {pl}
monastic vowsOrdensgelübde {pl}
(monastic) habit Ordenstracht {f}
(monastic) rule [of an order] Ordensregel {f}
monasticismMönchtum {n}
monasticism Mönchstum {n}
monasticism Mönchswesen {n} [Mönchtum]
monasticism Monastizismus {m}
Monastral ® blue [phthalocyanine blue BN] Phthalocyaninblau {n} [Kupferphthalocyanin]
monaulic monaulisch
monaural einohrig
monaural ein Ohr betreffend
monaural hearingmonaurales Hören {n}
monaural hearing einohriges Hören {n}
monaurally einohrig
monaxial monaxial
monazite sand Monazitsand {m}
monazite-(Ce) [(Ce,La,Nd,Th)PO4]Monazit-(Ce) {m}
monazite-La [(La,Ce,Nd)PO4] Monazit-La {m}
monazite-Nd [(Nd,Ce,La,Pr,Sm,Gd)(P,Si)O4] Monazit-Nd {m}
monazite-Sm [(Sm,Gd,Ce,Th) [PO4]] Monazit-Sm {m}
MönchMönch {m}
Monch Mönch {m}
moncheite [(Pt,Pd)(Te,Bi)2]Moncheit {m}
Monchhichi ® [e.g. US, Aus.] [stuffed toy monkey] Monchhichi ® {n} [affenähnliche Puppe]
monchiquite Monchiquit {m}
Mönckeberg's disease <MD>Mönckeberg-Erkrankung {f} <ME>
Mönckeberg's sclerosis Mönckeberg-Sklerose {f}
Monckton's paramelomys [Paramelomys moncktoni] Monckton-Mosaikschwanzratte {f}
Moncton's mosaic-tailed rat [Paramelomys moncktoni] Monckton-Mosaikschwanzratte {f}
Mond gas Mondgas {n} [Kokereierzeugnis]
Mond processMondverfahren {n}
Mond process [also: Mond's process] Mond-Verfahren {n}
Monday [attr.] [e.g. afternoon, evening, morning, night] Montag- [z. B. Nachmittag, Abend, Morgen, Nacht]
Monday [esp. journalese] am Montag
Monday <Mon., Mo.> Montag {m} <M., Mo., Mon., Mont.>
Monday afternoon Montagnachmittag {m}
Monday at noon Montagmittag {m}
Monday before Lent Rosenmontag {m}
Monday demo Montagsdemo {f} [ugs.]
Monday demonstration Montagsdemonstration {f}
Monday demonstrations Montagsdemonstrationen {pl}
Monday evening Montagabend {m}
Monday fever [Byssinosis]Baumwollfieber {n}
Monday is the most suitable day (for me). Montag passt (mir) am besten.
Monday morning Montagfrüh
Monday morning Montagmorgen {m}
Monday morningMontagvormittag {m}
Monday morning disease Feiertagskrankheit {f}
Monday Mourning [Kathy Reichs] Totenmontag
Monday nightNacht {f} von Montag auf Dienstag
Monday nightMontagnacht {f}
Monday of Shrovetide Rosenmontag {m}
Monday of the Holy Spirit Pfingstmontag {m}
Monday to Friday montags bis freitags
Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday <MTWHFSU, MTWRFSU, MTWTFSS> Montag Dienstag Mittwoch Donnerstag Freitag Samstag Sonntag <MDMDFSS>
Monday-feeling [Byssinosis] Baumwollfieber {n}
Mondayised [Aus.] [NZ] [auf den nächsten Montag verschoben (Feiertag, der auf ein Wochenende gefallen ist)]
Mondayitis [Aus.] [coll.] Montagskrankheit {f}
Mondayitis [coll.] [Widerwille, am Montagmorgen zur Arbeit / Schule zu gehen]
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