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From Latin uni-, combining form of unus (one).

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uni-

  1. one, single

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  • uni-” in Merriam–Webster Online Dictionary.

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CatalanEdit

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From Latin unus (one).

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uni-

  1. uni-

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uni-

  1. uni-

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From Latin unus (one).

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uni-

  1. uni-

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ItalianEdit

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From Latin unus (one).

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uni-

  1. uni-

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LatinEdit

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From ūnus (one).

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ūni-

  1. one; uni-

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EtymologyEdit

From Latin unus (one).

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uni-

  1. uni-

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