[mon-oh] /ˈmɒn oʊ/
[mon-oh] /ˈmɒn oʊ/
a combining form meaning “alone,” “single,” “one” (monogamy); specialized in some scientific terms to denote a monomolecular thickness (monolayer) and adapted in chemistry to apply to compounds containing one atom of a particular element (monohydrate).
short for monophonic
monophonic sound; monophony
one; single: monochrome, monorail
indicating that a chemical compound contains a single specified atom or group: monoxide
1959 as a shortening of monophonic; earlier used among printers for “monotype machine” (c.1925) and generally for monochrome (motorcar, etc.), 1940s. From 1964 as short for mononucleosis.
word-forming element meaning “one, alone; containing one (atom, etc.),” from Greek mono-, comb. form of monos “single, alone,” from PIE root *men- “small, isolated” (cf. Greek manos “rare, sparse,” Armenian manr “thin, slender, small,” and perhaps English minnow).
mono mon·o (mŏn’ō)
mono- or mon-
A prefix that means “one, only, single,” as in monochromatic, having only one color. It is often found in chemical names where it means “containing just one” of the specified atom or group, as in carbon monoxide, which is carbon attached to a single oxygen atom.
An open source .NET framework for Unix.
Mono Home (http://go-mono.com/).
[mon-oh-as-i-tin] /ˌmɒn oʊˈæs ɪ tɪn/ noun, Chemistry. 1. .
[mon-oh-as-id, mon-oh-as-id] /ˌmɒn oʊˈæs ɪd, ˈmɒn oʊˌæs ɪd/ Chemistry adjective, Also, monacidic 1. having one replaceable hydrogen atom or hydroxyl radical. 2. capable of reacting with only one equivalent weight of an . noun 3. an having one replaceable hydrogen atom. /ˌmɒnəʊˈæsɪd/ adjective 1. (chem) (of a base) capable of reacting with only one molecule […]
[mon-oh-al-fuh-bet-ik, mon-oh-] /ˈmɒn oʊˌæl fəˈbɛt ɪk, ˌmɒn oʊ-/ noun, Cryptography. 1. a system of substitution that uses only one cipher alphabet in a cryptogram so that each plaintext letter is always represented by the same cipher.
monoamide mon·o·am·ide (mŏn’ō-ām’īd’, -ĭd) n. An amide compound containing one amido group.