To cause to become one; to assemble into an individual entire; to unite.
anyone, indefinitely; an individual or body.
becoming but one unit or individual; being a single person, thing, etc., associated with the class pointed out; noting unity: the initial or lowest for the cardinal numerals.
Being a single (person or thing considered besides, designated from, or contrasted aided by the others, or with another); for this reason, either (of two), or any single individual (regarding the whole quantity); this or that: as, from one region of the room to another.
Some: utilized of most things indefinitely.
Single in kind; the same: as, they are all of one age.
select; some: ahead of the title of someone hitherto maybe not pointed out, or not known to your speaker. As thus used, one often indicates personal obscurity or insignificance, and thus conveys more or less contempt.
Alone; only: following a pronoun and equal to self: utilized reflexively.
[By a peculiar idiom, the adjective one ended up being formerly made use of ahead of the article the or an, or a pronoun, followed closely by an adjective, usually within the superlative (as “one the greatest prince”), where now the pronoun one, accompanied by of and a plural noun (partitive genitive), would be utilized (as “one of the greatest princes”). Compare the idiom in “good my lord,” etc.
A matter of indifference; of no consequence.
Completely; completely; out and out.
Identical with; exactly like.
A single person or thing; someone; someone; anything; a person; some one; some thing.
more frequent buildings of just one tend to be — As antecedent to a member of family pronoun, one who becoming equivalent to any person which, or even he who, she who, without distinction of gender.
as an alternative for a noun utilized shortly before, avoiding its repetition: as, here are some oranges; will you just take one? this portrait is a superb one.
After an adjective, as replacement for a noun quickly furnished in thought, specially being, individual, or the want.
It easily passes, however, from the meaning ‘any one’ into the collective sense of ‘all persons,’ ‘people generally,’ and for this can be substituted people, they, we (if the speaker does not except himself from the general statement), you (the person addressed being taken as an example of others in general), or the impersonal passive may be substituted: as, one cannot be too careful (we cannot, you cannot, they cannot, people cannot be too careful); one knows not when (it is not known when). One is sometimes virtually a substitute for the first person, employed by a speaker who does not wish to put himself prominently forward: as, one does not like to say so, but it is only too true; one tries to do one's best. One's self or oneself is the corresponding reflexive: as, one must not praise one's self.
[capitalized] a particular being, namely the Deity; Jesus: the name being avoided from motives of reverence or from book.
which will make one; unite into a whole; join.
In chem., a termination of hydrocarbons of the series which includes the overall formula CnH2n-4: as, pentone, C5H6.