monopteral

monopteral

[mo-nop-ter-uhl, moh-]
adjective
1.
having the form of a monopteron.
2.
of or pertaining to a monopteron.

Origin:
1815–25; < Latin monopter(os) (see monopteron) + -al1

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monopteros or monopteron (mɒnˈɒptəˌrɒs)
 
n , pl -teroi, -tera
a circular classical building, esp a temple, that has a single ring of columns surrounding it
 
[C18: Late Latin from Greek, from mono- + pteron a wing]
 
monopteron or monopteron (mɒnˈɒptəˌrɒs, -təˌrɔɪ, -tərə)
 
n
 
[C18: Late Latin from Greek, from mono- + pteron a wing]
 
mon'opteral or monopteron
 
adj

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