That is, if x and y are nouns and v is a verb, the code ``v y'' evokes the monadic case of v; if v is a primitive, one can find its monadic and dyadic cases in the J Dictionary.
Often, the two cases of a verb are linked by some common property in their meaning.
However, one can't always depend on the cases being so tightly linked; if unsure of the meaning of a monad, run it a few times or check a reference of some sort.
Mo*nad"ic (?), Mo*nad"ic*al (?), a.
Of, pertaining to, or like, a monad, in any of its senses. See Monad, n.
Dr. H. More.
© Webster 1913.
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