One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
Having or showing a single colour; monochromatic. Of a crystal: not exhibiting different colours when viewed in different directions.
Late 19th century. From ancient Greek μονόχρους of one colour + -ic. Compare earlier monochroous, and also earlier monochromic, monochromatic.
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