Definition of monenergism in English:

monenergism

Pronunciation /mɒˈnɛnədʒɪz(ə)m/

noun

(also monoenergism)
  • The doctrine (closely resembling Monothelitism) that the two natures in Christ have only ‘one operation’ (μία ἐνέργεια).

Origin

Early 20th century. From French monénergisme from mono- + ancient Greek ἐνέργεια divine action + -isme.