monotriglyph

[ mon-uh-trahy-glif ]
/ ˌmɒn əˈtraɪ glɪf /

noun

(in the Doric order) any intercolumniation having one whole triglyph.

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Origin of monotriglyph

From the Late Latin word monotriglyphus, dating back to 1700–10. See mono-, triglyph

OTHER WORDS FROM monotriglyph

mon·o·tri·glyph·ic, adjective
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