Definition of monoped in English:

monoped

(also monopede)

adjective

  • 1Having only one foot or one leg; relating to the possession of one foot or one leg.

  • 2Performed on only one foot; one-legged. rare.

noun

  • A person, animal, or thing having only one foot or one leg.

Origin

Early 19th century. From mono- + -ped. Compare post-classical Latin monopes, adjective and noun, French monopède monster with only one foot.

Pronunciation

monoped

/ˈmɒnə(ʊ)pɛd/