Translation of monogram in Spanish:

monogram

monograma, n.

Pronunciation /ˈmɑnəˌɡræm//ˈmɒnəɡram/

noun

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    monograma masculine
    • A single first initial of your first name as a monogram has a casual, whimsical kind of feel.
    • My mother was obviously very concerned as to what her children's initials would look like when displayed as monograms on dressing-gowns and sets of luggage.
    • Many of the cases were personalized with monograms and scuffed by wear.
    • At an initial glance, the calligraphic monogram looks like a flowery collection of decorative marks.
    • These yield an unearthly effect, especially since the artist has draped his monogram, suspended from a garland, across the top of the picture.
    • For a touch of elegance and personalization, embellish the pocket with an embroidered monogram or crest.
    • Develop your own personal monogram for your art!
    • These days, Childs sports a purple baseball cap with his monogram and the initials of his college fraternity, Omega Psi Phi, on it.
    • Many couples include monograms or logos that are repeated other places in the wedding and reception as well.
    • It is signed with a monogram, or perhaps a small drawing, which I will not even attempt to describe.
    • Traditional monograms are created with the last name initial centered and larger than the other characters around it.
    • Crucially for Fitzroy fans, it will prominently feature the FFC monogram.
    • I thought the Marc brand was beyond monograms - turns out I was wrong.
    • There are numerous further examples of closely comparable enamels inscribed with these monograms.
    • Her gaze very slowly lowered to the monogram on the needlework sample and she swallowed hard.
    • Use strips of ribbon or braid to make a family monogram, or embroider it by hand or machine.
    • The maker's mark on the dishes is a distinctive monogram, clearly composed of the initials ‘RF’.
    • The monogram EJP is positioned identically on both.
    • Both spoons, in addition to the monogram, bear the incuse letter ‘m,’ which, it has been believed, signifies manufacture no later than 1875.
    • Both cabinets include the discreet monogram of the painter E.J. Poynter in the third panel.