[mon-uh-thee-iz-uh m] /ˈmɒn ə θiˌɪz əm/
the doctrine or belief that there is only one God.
the belief or doctrine that there is only one God
1670s, from monotheism + -ist.
“belief that there is but one god,” 1650s, from Greek mono-, comb. form of monos “single, alone” (see mono-) + theos “a god” (see Thea).
A belief in one god. Judaism, Christianity, and Islam are all monotheistic religions. (Compare polytheism.)
monooctanoin mon·o·oc·tan·o·in (mŏn’ō-ŏk-tān’ō-ĭn, -ŏk’tə-nō’ĭn) n. A semisynthetic esterified glycerol used as a solubilizing agent for radiolucent gallstones retained in the biliary tract after removal of the gallbladder.
[mon-uh-thee-is-tik] /ˌmɒn ə θiˈɪs tɪk/ adjective 1. pertaining to, characterized by, or adhering to , the doctrine that there is only one God: a monotheistic religion. adj. 1846, from monotheist + -ic.
mononucleotide mon·o·nu·cle·o·tide (mŏn’ō-nōō’klē-ə-tīd’, -nyōō’-) n. A nucleotide consisting of one molecule each of a phosphoric acid, a sugar, and either a purine or a pyrimidine base.
/ˈmɒnəʊˌnɪm/ noun 1. a person who is famous enough to be known only by one name, usually the first name