monadic

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From Ancient Greek μοναδικός (monadikós, single), from μονάς (monás, a unit); see monad.

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monadic (comparative more monadic, superlative most monadic)

  1. (philosophy) of or relating to a monad
  2. (chemistry) univalent
  3. (biology) of or relating to the Monas genus of microorganisms
  4. (mathematics) having an arity of one (taking a single argument or operand)

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