n.Gloss: a monkey that is dressed and cared for as if it were a child. «Ms. Delaney’s primates come from laboratories, roadside zoos and misguided owners. Naturally feisty and easily bored in captivity, monkeys are far from being ideal pets, although a devoted subculture of owners dress them in diapers and clothes and refer to them as “monkids.”» —“Heavy petting: Where ‘monkids’ go to retire” by Lisan Jutras Globe and Mail (Toronto, Canada) Dec. 4, 2007. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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