Associations to the word «Monty»

Wiktionary

MONTY, proper noun. A diminutive of the male given names Montgomery and Montague.
MONTY, proper noun. Montgomery of Alamein
MONTY HALL PROBLEM, proper noun. A brainteaser regarding probability, in which a game show contestant picks a door to win a prize. One door conceals a car; the other two conceal goats. After the contestant picks a door, the host opens another door to reveal a goat. Counterintuitively, it is then in the contestant's interests to switch to the remaining door.
MONTY PYTHON, proper noun. Monty Python's Flying Circus, a former British comedy troupe.

Wise words

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