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  • IPA: /ˈma.nə.ˌlɪθ/
  • Schoolbook Phonetics: (mäʹnu̇lĭthʺ)
  • Last Resort Phonetics: MAH-nuh-lith

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From French monolithe, from Latin monolithus "consisting of a single stone", from Ancient Greek μονόλιθος monotlithos, from μόνος monos "single, alone" + λίθος lithos "stone".

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Singular
Monolith

Plural
Monoliths

Monolith (plural Monoliths)
  1. A large single block of stone, used in architecture and sculpture.
  2. Anything massive, uniform and unmovable.
  3. (chemistry) in chromatography, a continuous stationary-phase cast as a homogeneous column in a single piece

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