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The mission of Monstropedia is to create the ultimate media library about about monsters, gathering information and documents from the beginning of times and developing a coherent set of methods to analyse each creature and attached theory about its existence.
The mission of Monstropedia is to create the ultimate online media library about monsters, gathering information and documents from the earliest myths onwards to the present day, developing a coherent set of methods to analyse each creature and attaching current theories about their existence.
 
'''mon·ster '''
n.
 
1.
a. A creature, usually legendary or imaginary, such as a centaur or Harpy, that combines parts from various animal or human forms.
 
1. b. A creature having a strange or frightening appearance.
 
2. An animal, plant, or other organism having structural defects or deformities.
 
3. A very large animal
 
4. One who inspires horror or disgust.
 
 
Root: Middle English ''monstre'', from Old French, from Latin ''mnstrum'', portent, monster, from ''monere'', to warn

Revision as of 11:05, 17 December 2005

The mission of Monstropedia is to create the ultimate online media library about monsters, gathering information and documents from the earliest myths onwards to the present day, developing a coherent set of methods to analyse each creature and attaching current theories about their existence.

mon·ster n.

1. a. A creature, usually legendary or imaginary, such as a centaur or Harpy, that combines parts from various animal or human forms.

1. b. A creature having a strange or frightening appearance.

2. An animal, plant, or other organism having structural defects or deformities.

3. A very large animal

4. One who inspires horror or disgust.


Root: Middle English monstre, from Old French, from Latin mnstrum, portent, monster, from monere, to warn