- Scotch and north English kind of one.
- A suffix of Latin origin, exactly like -an, like in mundane, ultramontane, etc.
- In chem., a termination denoting that the hydrocarbon the name which ends along with it belongs to the paraffin sets obtaining the basic formula CnH2n + 2: since, methane, CH4; ethane, C2H6.
- Chiefly Scots One.
- Scotch and northern English kind of one.
- A suffix of Latin origin, the same as -an, such as mundane, ultramontane, etc.
- In chem., a termination denoting the hydrocarbon title which stops with-it is one of the paraffin sets having the general formula CnH2n + 2: as, methane, CH4; ethane, C2H6.
- A suffix applied to the brands of courses in quantitative classification of igneous stones. See rock.
- A suffix placed on the names of courses inside quantitative classification of igneous rocks. See rock.
- used of one product or thing; maybe not several
- made use of of a single device or thing; not two or more
- Definition for "ane"
- Sentence for "ane"
- Synonym for "ane"
- Rhyme for "ane"
- Same Context for "ane"
- Variant for "ane"