Níwe EngliscĀdihtan

RihtstefnĀdihtan

  • wŭn, /wʌn/, /wVn/

WordstǽrĀdihtan

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

HéafodgetælĀdihtan

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'

BínamaĀdihtan

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 sweotolungumĀdihtan

  1. you

NamaĀdihtan

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.



TógeíecendlicĀdihtan

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 éacĀdihtan


PoliscĀdihtan

Mannlic bínamaĀdihtan

one

  1. híe (wíflic)