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mon·o·gram  audio  (mn-grm) KEY 

NOUN:
A design composed of one or more letters, typically the initials of a name, used as an identifying mark.
TRANSITIVE VERB:
mon·o·grammed, also mon·o·gramed mon·o·gram·ming, mon·o·gram·ing mon·o··grams, mon·o·grams
To mark with a design composed of one or more letters.

ETYMOLOGY:
Late Latin monogramma, from Late Greek monogrammon, from neuter of monogrammos, consisting of a single letter : Greek mono-, mono- + Greek gramma, letter ; see -gram

OTHER FORMS:
mono·gram·matic  (-gr-mtk) KEY (Adjective)


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