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Níwe Englisc[adihtan]

Rihtstefn[adihtan]

  • wŭn, /wʌn/, /wVn/

Wordstǽr[adihtan]

Englisc ān (same word as an), from Germanic *ainaz, from PIE *oinos. Cognate to German ein, French un, Russian один.

Héafodgetæl[adihtan]

one

  1. The cardinality of the smallest nonempty set. The number of heads a typical human has.
  2. The ordinality of an element which has no predecessor; usually called first but sometimes getæl án.

ordinal number See first and number'

Bínama[adihtan]

one

Gebrocen in ǽghwæðer þone nemniendlicne oþþe wregendlicne casus. (Reflexive case: oneself or one's self)

  1. Any person or thing (nominative case)
    One shouldn't be too quick to judge.
  2. Any person or thing (accusative case)
    I want the green one. (Ic wille þone grénne ǽnne.)

Word mid gelícum sweotolungum[adihtan]

  1. you

Nama[adihtan]

one (manigfealdlic ones)

  1. (rímcræft) the neutral element with respect to multiplication in a ring
  2. þæt tæl oþþe mearc 1.
  3. (US) án-dollar bill.



Tógeíecendlic[adihtan]

one

  1. (of a period of time) being particular; as, one morning, one year
    My aunt used to say: One day is just like the other.
  2. sole, only
    He is the one man who can help you. (Hé is se ána wer, þe þé cann helpan)

Séo éac[adihtan]


Polisc[adihtan]

Mannlic bínama[adihtan]

one

  1. híe (wíflic)