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EtymologyEdit

Borrowed from Latin singulī, nominative masculine plural of singulus, English every single, Italian singolo.

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DeterminerEdit

singla (pl singli)

  1. each (every single individual)
    Singla soldato havas fusilo.
    Every single soldier has a rifle.

Usage notesEdit

Omna has a collective sense, while singla has a distributive sense.

Derived termsEdit

  • singlu (each one, every single one)
  • single (singly)

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VerbEdit

singla (present singlar, preterite singlade, supine singlat, imperative singla)

  1. to fall slowly, as of a leaf
  2. (in the expression "singla slant") to toss (a coin)

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