variants or less commonly Monothelete
plural -s
: an adherent of Monothelitism

Word History


Monothelite from Medieval Latin Monothelita, modification (influenced by Latin -ita -ite) of Middle Greek Monothelētēs, from Greek mon- + thelētēs one that wills, from thelein, ethelein to will, wish; Monothelete from Middle Greek Monothelētēs

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“Monothelite.” Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, Accessed 22 Jun. 2024.

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