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1Zoology. Having a single central nasal passage, as characteristic of some agnathan vertebrates.
2Physiology. Involving or relating to the use of only one nostril.
Late 19th century; earliest use found in The Century Dictionary. From mono- + -rhinal, in sense 1 after monorhine or its etymon scientific Latin Monorrhina.
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