Mons Gaudi the name (in post-classical Latin of the 10th century), meaning ‘Mount of Joy’, given by pilgrims to the mountain Rama, to the north-west of Jerusalem. The name was later applied to other elevations from which the holy city could be seen, and finally to any vantage point. See also Montjoie.
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