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Ultimately from Ancient Greek μόνοικος (mónoikos, single house), from μόνος (mónos, single, alone) + οἶκος (oîkos, house), the name of the 6th century BC colony of Phocaeans and an epithet of Heracles (Hercules), Ἡρακλῆς Μόνοικος (Heracles Monoikos). According to an ancient Greek myth and a Ligurian legend, Heracles passed through the Monaco area. A temple was constructed there by Phocaeans, the temple of Heracles Monoikos (Strabo, Geography, Gaul, 4.6.3).

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Monaco

  1. A city-state in Western Europe. Official name: Principality of Monaco.

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  • 2001, Eoin Colfer, Artemis Fowl, page 67:
    Holly followed the Italian coast up to Monaco, and from there across the Alps to France.

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Monaco

  1. Monaco (a city-state in Western Europe)

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Monaco

  1. Monaco (a city-state in Western Europe)

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Monaco

  1. Monaco (a country in Europe)

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Monaco

  1. Monaco (a city-state in Western Europe)

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Monaco n

  1. Monaco (a city-state in Western Europe)

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Monaco

  1. Monaco (a city-state in Western Europe)

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From French Monaco or Italian Monaco.

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  • IPA(key): /ˈmonɑko/, [ˈmo̞nɑ̝ko̞]

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Monaco

  1. Monaco (a city-state in Western Europe)

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Inflection of Monaco (Kotus type 1/valo, no gradation)
nominative Monaco
genitive Monacon
partitive Monacoa
illative Monacoon
singular plural
nominative Monaco
accusative nom. Monaco
gen. Monacon
genitive Monacon
partitive Monacoa
inessive Monacossa
elative Monacosta
illative Monacoon
adessive Monacolla
ablative Monacolta
allative Monacolle
essive Monacona
translative Monacoksi
abessive Monacotta
instructive
comitative See the possessive forms below.
Possessive forms of Monaco (Kotus type 1/valo, no gradation)
first-person singular possessor
singular plural
nominative Monaconi
accusative nom. Monaconi
gen. Monaconi
genitive Monaconi
partitive Monacoani
inessive Monacossani
elative Monacostani
illative Monacooni
adessive Monacollani
ablative Monacoltani
allative Monacolleni
essive Monaconani
translative Monacokseni
abessive Monacottani
instructive
comitative
second-person singular possessor
singular plural
nominative Monacosi
accusative nom. Monacosi
gen. Monacosi
genitive Monacosi
partitive Monacoasi
inessive Monacossasi
elative Monacostasi
illative Monacoosi
adessive Monacollasi
ablative Monacoltasi
allative Monacollesi
essive Monaconasi
translative Monacoksesi
abessive Monacottasi
instructive
comitative
first-person plural possessor
singular plural
nominative Monacomme
accusative nom. Monacomme
gen. Monacomme
genitive Monacomme
partitive Monacoamme
inessive Monacossamme
elative Monacostamme
illative Monacoomme
adessive Monacollamme
ablative Monacoltamme
allative Monacollemme
essive Monaconamme
translative Monacoksemme
abessive Monacottamme
instructive
comitative
second-person plural possessor
singular plural
nominative Monaconne
accusative nom. Monaconne
gen. Monaconne
genitive Monaconne
partitive Monacoanne
inessive Monacossanne
elative Monacostanne
illative Monacoonne
adessive Monacollanne
ablative Monacoltanne
allative Monacollenne
essive Monaconanne
translative Monacoksenne
abessive Monacottanne
instructive
comitative
third-person possessor
singular plural
nominative Monaconsa
accusative nom. Monaconsa
gen. Monaconsa
genitive Monaconsa
partitive Monacoaan
Monacoansa
inessive Monacossaan
Monacossansa
elative Monacostaan
Monacostansa
illative Monacoonsa
adessive Monacollaan
Monacollansa
ablative Monacoltaan
Monacoltansa
allative Monacolleen
Monacollensa
essive Monaconaan
Monaconansa
translative Monacokseen
Monacoksensa
abessive Monacottaan
Monacottansa
instructive
comitative

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Monaco m

  1. Monaco (a city-state in Western Europe)

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Monaco n (proper noun, genitive Monacos or (optionally with an article) Monaco)

  1. Monaco (a city-state in Western Europe)

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  • IPA(key): [ˈmonɒkoː]
  • Hyphenation: Mo‧na‧co
  • Rhymes: -koː

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Monaco

  1. Monaco (a country in Europe)

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Inflection (stem in long/high vowel, back harmony)
singular plural
nominative Monaco
accusative Monacót
dative Monacónak
instrumental Monacóval
causal-final Monacóért
translative Monacóvá
terminative Monacóig
essive-formal Monacoként
essive-modal
inessive Monacóban
superessive Monacón
adessive Monacónál
illative Monacóba
sublative Monacóra
allative Monacóhoz
elative Monacóból
delative Monacóról
ablative Monacótól
non-attributive
possessive - singular
Monacóé
non-attributive
possessive - plural
Monacóéi
Possessive forms of Monaco
possessor single possession multiple possessions
1st person sing. Monacóm
2nd person sing. Monacód
3rd person sing. Monacója
1st person plural Monacónk
2nd person plural Monacótok
3rd person plural Monacójuk

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Monaco

  1. Monaco (a city-state in Western Europe)

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Monaco m

  1. Monaco (a city-state in Western Europe)
    Synonym: Principato di Monaco
  2. a surname
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Monaco m

  1. Munich (the capital and largest city of Bavaria, Germany)
    Synonym: Monaco di Baviera
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Monacō n

  1. dative/ablative of Monacum

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  1. Monaco (a city-state in Western Europe)

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  1. Monaco (a city-state in Western Europe)

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Monaco n

  1. Monaco (a city-state in Western Europe)

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Monaco n (genitive Monacos)

  1. Monaco (a city-state in Western Europe)