[muh-nof-uh-sahyt] /məˈnɒf əˌsaɪt/
a person who maintains that Christ has one nature, partly divine and partly human.
a person who holds that there is only one nature in the person of Christ, which is primarily divine with human attributes
of or relating to this belief
1690s, from Church Latin Monophysita, from Greek monophysites, from monos “single, alone” (see mono-) + physis “nature” (see physics). Christian (regarded in the West as a heretic) who believes there is only one nature in the person of Jesus Christ. Now comprising Coptic, Armenian, Abyssinian and Jacobite churches.
[mon-uh-pleyn] /ˈmɒn əˌpleɪn/ noun 1. an airplane with one main sustaining surface or one set of wings. 2. Nautical. a craft the bottom of which is in an unbroken fore-and-aft line. /ˈmɒnəʊˌpleɪn/ noun 1. an aeroplane with only one pair of wings Compare biplane n. 1907, a hybrid coined from mono- + second element of […]
[mon-uh-plee-jee-uh, -plee-juh] /ˌmɒn əˈpli dʒi ə, -ˈpli dʒə/ noun, Pathology. 1. paralysis of one extremity, muscle, or muscle area. /ˌmɒnəʊˈpliːdʒɪə/ noun 1. (pathol) paralysis limited to one limb or a single group of muscles monoplegia mon·o·ple·gi·a (mŏn’ə-plē’jē-ə, -plē’jə) n. Paralysis of a single limb, muscle, or muscle group. mon’o·ple’gic (-plē’jĭk) adj.
[mon-uh-ploid] /ˈmɒn əˌplɔɪd/ Biology adjective 1. having the basic or haploid number of chromosomes. noun 2. a monoploid cell or organism. /ˈmɒnəˌplɔɪd/ adjective, noun 1. a less common word for haploid monoploid mon·o·ploid (mŏn’ə-ploid’) adj. Having a single set of chromosomes; haploid.
[mon-uh-pohd] /ˈmɒn əˌpoʊd/ adjective 1. having one foot. noun 2. a creature having one foot. 3. (sometimes initial capital letter) one of a mythological people having only one foot. 4. Botany. . /ˈmɒnəˌpəʊd/ noun 1. a member of a legendary one-legged race of Africa 2. another word for monopodium