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Ancient Greek

Alternative forms

Etymology

From Proto-Hellenic *mónwos from Proto-Indo-European *mey- ("small"). See also Armenian ? (manr, "slender, small"), Ancient Greek (manós, "sparse, rare"), as well as several Germanic contexts including Middle Low German mone, möne (West Frisian meun, Dutch meun), Old High German muniwa, munuwa, munewa (German Münne ("minnow")).

Pronunciation

 

Adjective

o (mónosm (feminine ?, neuter ); first/second declension (Attic, Koine, Byzantine)

  1. alone, forsaken, solitary
  2. only
  3. unique

Declension

Derived terms

  • (monás)
  • ? (monakhós)
  • (monoeid?s)

Descendants

  • English: mono-
  • Greek: (mónos)
  • Latin: monocytus(Contemporary Latin)

References


Greek

Etymology

From Ancient Greek (mónos), from Proto-Indo-European *mey- ("small").

Adjective

o (mónosm (feminine ?, neuter ?)

  1. solitary, alone
  2. unmarried
  3. solo, unaccompanied
  4. unique, singular
  5. (when used with article) only
    ? ? ? .
    Kostas was the only one to run for help.

Declension

Related terms

  • (monós, "single, odd")

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