Definition funny of Monsi:

urbanMonsi is the G way of saying Monsieur, a french term for Sir. This is commonly used by the coolest kids in school because not only does it show their lack of interest in french, one of the lamest languages, it also shows how B.A. they are by making themselves look like a fool.

urbanAlbear: Hey do you know the muffin man? Xavier: Oui oui Monsi.


Songs about Monsi:

songsEn francais dans le texte (feat. Monsi Du Six) by Franky B Aka Cryptic Monkey from the Album S.E.B.A. (Sound Explicit Bassline Anthems)

songsJ'suis comme (feat. Battling Siki, Monsi, Sapeur, BO) by Carter from the Album L'espoir au bout de la plume, vol. 2

songsLa Piedra (feat. Monsi & Simja) by Bezaleel from the Album El Celo De Tu Casa Me Consume


Books about Monsi:

booksMonsi entre nosotros.: An article from: Proceso by Sabina Berman (Oct 1, 2011)

books"Monsi estaba en todo": in memoriam al gran Monsivâis.(Obituary): An article from: Proceso by Jesûs Zendejas Macîas (Oct 26, 2011)

booksQuerido Monsi, te abraza Rulfo.: An article from: Proceso by Elena Poniatowska (Oct 4, 2006)

booksLa biblioteca de Monsi y su destino: cuestiôn de avalûo.: An article from: Proceso by Armando Ponce (Jul 27, 2011)

booksSatires on priestcraft, bigotry, and uncharitableness. ... Also a preface, pointing out the first grand defection... by See Notes Multiple Contributors (Jun 1, 2010)

booksThe use of the geometrical playing-cards, as also a discourse of the mechanick powers by Monsi. Des-Cartes; translated... by René Descartes (Jan 2, 2011)

booksL'Aimable-Julie, Monsi Charlot et consorts by Albert Vidalie (2010)


Wiki information Monsi:

Fictional Character

Monsignor, pl. monsignori, is an honorific form of address for those members of the clergy of the Catholic Church who receive from the pope certain ecclesiastical honorific titles granted to individuals who have rendered valuable service to the...


Monsieur is an honorific title that used to refer to or address the eldest living brother of the king in the French royal court. It is also a customary French title of respect and term of address for a French-speaking man, corresponding to such...