monture

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French monture

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monture (plural montures)

  1. A mounting, setting, or frame.

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Etymology[edit]

From monter (to mount), from mont (mount(ain)), from Latin mons (mountain)

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Noun[edit]

monture f (plural montures)

  1. A mount, an animal which is ridden
  2. A setting, bezel, frame etc. onto or into which an object is mounted
  3. A mechanical mounting job

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Noun[edit]

monture

  1. Alternative form of mounture