While I was visiting Thailand last year, I came across a sign for the Monoceros Resort. I was interested because I wrote a post on this blog nearly six years ago about the surprising fact that the mythical horse creature with a single horn is almost always called the unicorn, not the monoceros, in spite of almost all other mythical animals having names deriving from Greek.
So I was shocked to find this resort going by the name of "Monoceros" instead of the more common "unicorn." Well, I was almost as much shocked to find a resort with either name in rural Thailand as I was of anything else. It is not hard to find via a Google search, and in fact appears to be a popular resort, at least for Swedes. It was a small sign and I had no chance to get a picture of it, but you can see their logo below, and it does appear to be some sort of unicorn. (I don't know what else it would be with that name; perhaps it could have been named after the constellation.)
So at least one place uses the Greek construction. My first thought would that it would probably come from a non-native English speaker, which would be the case whether the resort's owners are Thai or Swedish. Perhaps some day I will write and ask how they came up with their name.