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Monteʹro-cap (A)

properly means a huntsman’s cap; but Sir Walter Scott tells us that Sir Jeffrey Hudson wore “a large Montero hat,” meaning a Spanish hat with a feather. (Peveril of the Peak, chap. Xxxv.)

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Entry taken from Dictionary of Phrase and Fable, edited by the Rev. E. Cobham Brewer, LL.D. and revised in 1895.

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Mont de Piété
Mont St. Michel
Montagnards [the mountain party]
Montague
Montanists
Montanto
Monteer Cap
Monteith
Montem
Montero-cap (A)
Montesinos (The Cave of)
Montezuma’s Realm
Montezuma’s Watch
Montfaucon Watch (A)
Montgomery
Month of Sundays (A)
Month’s Mind (A)
Months
Monthawi (Al)
Montjoie St. Denis