Definition of Monoglot

1. Noun. a person capable of speaking only a single language ¹



2. Adjective. capable of speaking only a single language ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Monoglot

1. a person speaking or writing only one language [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Monoglot

monogenic disease
monogenic disorder
monogenically
monogenics
monogenies
monogenism
monogenist
monogenistic
monogenists
monogerm
monogermane
monogerminal
monoglot (current term)
monoglots
monoglottism
monoglucosylated
monoglyceride
monoglycerides
monoglycosyl
monoglycosylated
monogon
monogonal
monogoneutic
monogonont
monogons
monogram

Literary usage of Monoglot

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1. The Thinker: A Review of World-wide Christian Thought (1895)
"The mere work of turning a Greek lexicon into Welsh would be a boon to the " monoglot Welshman ; " but he will find in these footnotes the mature ..."

2. Report of the Proceedings by Church congress (1889)
"On the other hand, in some parts of Wales, the area of which is steadily decreasing, we find a monoglot Welsh-speaking population. But the large majority of ..."

3. A History of Wales from the Earliest Times to the Edwardian Conquest by John Edward Lloyd (1912)
"... notice is that the monoglot inscriptions in Latin capitals are not separated from the Latin ones on bilingual stones by any well-marked characteristics, ..."

4. The Transactions of the Honourable Society of Cymmrodorion by Cymmrodorion Society, CYMMRODORION SOCIETY. (1896)
"In short, one can see several loopholes through which a little confusion might force itself in, and prevent the monoglot reader or hearer of the translation ..."

5. A Study in Nationality by John Vyrnwy Morgan (1911)
"The census of 1901 shows the monoglot English to be 50 per cent, of the population, and the bilinguals to be 3 5 per cent., thus leaving the monoglot Welsh ..."

6. Celtic Folklore: Welsh and Manx by JOHN. RHYS (1901)
"In short, one could see several loopholes through which a little confusion might force itself in, and prevent the monoglot reader or hearer of the ..."

7. Life and Times of Griffith Jones: Sometime Rector of Llanddowror by David Jones (1902)
"... advancement of the monoglot Welshman. But how was it faced ? Was it by carefully selecting for their spiritual guidance and oversight the best material ..."

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