Montre

French for ‘watch`.   Both the French (from the verb montrer, ‘to show`) and the English names seem to contain the idea of something observed or offered for observation.   This may be connected with the fact that early public clocks seem to have been designed more for the ear than the eye, since the
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Montre

Mon'tre noun [ French, show, show case, organ case.] 1. (Organ Building) A stop, usually the open diapason, having its pipes 'shown' as part of the organ case, or otherwise specially mounted. 2. A hole in the wall of a pottery kiln, by which the state of the pieces within can be ju
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Montre

• (n.) A stop, usually the open diapason, having its pipes `shown` as part of the organ case, or otherwise specially mounted. • (n.) A hole in the wall of a pottery kiln, by which the state of the pieces within can be judged.
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