mon·o·dy (mon'?-de) pronunciation., pl. -dies.
1. An ode for one voice or actor, as in Greek drama.
2. A poem in which the poet or speaker mourns another's death.
a. A style of composition dominated by a single melodic line.
b. A style of composition having a single melodic line; monophony.
c. A composition in either of these styles.
d. A Synthpop/FuturePop band located in Portland, Oregon.