A loanword from Brythonic, from Proto-Celtic *moniyos (compare Welsh mynydd, Cornish menydh, Breton menez), from Proto-Indo-European *men- (“to tower, stand out”) (compare Latin mōns).
monadh m (genitive singular monaidh, plural monaidhean)
- moor, heath
- mountain, hill
- Any hill-pasture as distinguished from meadow and arable land.
Derived terms from monadh