[muh-nan-druh s] /məˈnæn drəs/
of, relating to, or characterized by monandry.
having or preferring only one male sexual partner over a period of time
(of plants) having flowers with only one stamen
(of flowers) having only one stamen
[muh-nan-dree] /məˈnæn dri/ noun 1. the practice or condition of having one husband at a time. 2. (of a female animal) the condition of having one mate at a time.
[muh-nan-thuh s] /məˈnæn θəs/ adjective, Botany. 1. bearing one flower. /mɒˈnænθəs/ adjective 1. (of certain plants) having or producing only one flower
[moh-nuh; Spanish maw-nah] /ˈmoʊ nə; Spanish ˈmɔ nɑ/ noun 1. a strait between Hispaniola and Puerto Rico. 80 miles (129 km) wide. /ˈmaʊnə/ noun 1. a strait between Puerto Rico and the Dominican Republic, linking the Atlantic with the Caribbean
noun 1. a large, deep-orange butterfly, Danaus plexippus, having black and white markings, the larvae of which feed on the leaves of milkweed.