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It's a Greek prefix: http://www.infoplease.com/ipa/A0907013.htmlWhich likely means the prefix spread to other languages afterward (French, Spanish, English). Thus, the name including "mono" is rather a standard meaning "one."Now the only question is: Is it still "mono" if it's "monor"? In any case, if the name is indicative of "mono," I see it evolving, since "mono" universally means "one."
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