monocle

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Joseph Chamberlain wearing a monocle

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From French monocle, from Late Latin monoculus (one-eyed), from mono- (single) + oculus (eye).

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monocle (plural monocles)

  1. a single lens, usually in a wire frame, and used to correct vision for only one eye

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French[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Late Latin monoculus (one-eyed), from mono- (single) + oculus (eye).

Noun[edit]

monocle m (plural monocles)

  1. monocle