monopodium

A decorative support used on tables and chairs, consisting of the head and one leg of an animal, usually a lion. The monopodium was first seen in Roman furniture, and was revived by late 18thC neoclassical designers such as Thomas hope.

Monopodium

Mon`o·po'di·um noun ; plural Latin Monopodia , English -ums . [ Latin See Monopody .] (Botany) A single and continuous vegetable axis; -- opposed to sympodium .
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Monopodium

• (n.) A single and continuous vegetable axis; -- opposed to sympodium.
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monopodium

monopod, monopode, monopodium 1. Having just one foot. 2. A creature having only one foot; specifically, one of a race of men fabled to have only one foot, with which they shaded themselves from the heat of the sun . A true monopodic creature from outer space. —Word Info image © ALL rights reserved.
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