Mo*noth"e*lite(?), n. [Gr. ; mo`nos alone, only + , , to will, be willing: cf. F. monothlite.] (Eccl. Hist.) One of an ancient sect who held that Christ had but one will as he had but one nature. Cf. Monophysite. Gibbon.
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