noun, plural mon·a·des [mon-uh-deez] /ˈmɒn əˌdiz/.
Origin of monas
Examples from the Web for monas
The world is the bicentral God, God the monocentral world, which is the same with the monas and dyas.The Religion of Geology and Its Connected Sciences|Edward Hitchcock
Monas helped me to copy the inscription, which was caused to be put there by the great King Ptolemy Euergetes.
The subject of all is one (monas), and all things are in truth one, although in individuals they seem to be many.Giordano Bruno|James Lewis McIntyre
When Monas told him that his visitors were the adventurers who wished to undertake a voyage to India, he aroused himself.
Monas, in early life, had been a companion of the better–known merchant and monk Cosmas in his daring voyages.
noun plural monades (ˈmɒnəˌdiːz)
Word Origin for mona
fem. proper name, from Irish Muadhnait, diminutive of muadh "noble."