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monopteros

Line breaks: mon|op¦teros
Pronunciation: /məˈnɒptərɒs
 
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Definition of monopteros in English:

noun

Origin

late 17th century: from medieval Latin (adjective used as a noun), from Greek monos 'single' + pteron 'wing'.

Derivatives

monopteral

1
adjective

Words that rhyme with monopteros

albatrossDos Passos

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