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EtymologyEdit

From Middle English on-eied, on-eiȝed, from Old English ānēġed (one-eyed), from Proto-Germanic *ainaugidaz, equivalent to one +‎ eyed. Compare Old English ānēġe, ānīġġe, ǣnīġġe (one-eyed), Scots ane-eit, aan eet (one-eyed), Saterland Frisian eenooged (one-eyed), West Frisian ieneagich (one-eyed), Dutch eenogig (one-eyed), German einäugig (one-eyed), Danish enøjede (one-eyed), Swedish enögd (one-eyed), Icelandic ein-eygður, ein-eygur (one-eyed).

AdjectiveEdit

one-eyed (not comparable)

  1. Having only a single eye, particularly when a higher number is normal.

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