monopodium[män′ō pō′dē əm]
Origin of monopodiumModL: see mono- and amp; -podium
Origin of monopodiumNew Latin, from Late Latin monopodius, one-footed, from Greek monopous : mono-, mono- + pous, pod-, foot; see ped- in Indo-European roots.
(plural monopodiums or monopodia)
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