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i, I // n ( pl i's, I's, Is)
  1. the ninth letter and third vowel of the modern English alphabet
  2. any of several speech sounds represented by this letter, in English as in bite or hit
  3. something shaped like an I
  4. (in combination): an I-beam
i symbol for
  1. the imaginary number √–1

I // pron
  1. (subjective) refers to the speaker or writer
Etymology: 12th Century: reduced form of Old English ic; compare Old Saxon ik, Old High German ih, Sanskrit ahám
I symbol for
  1. iodine
  2. current
  3. isospin
  4. (Roman numeral) one
    See Roman numerals

iodine /ˈaɪəˌdiːn/ n
  1. a bluish-black element of the halogen group that sublimates into a violet irritating gas. Its compounds are used in medicine and photography and in dyes. The radioisotope iodine-131 (radioiodine), with a half-life of 8 days, is used in the diagnosis and treatment of thyroid disease. Symbol: I; atomic no: 53; atomic wt: 126.90447; valency: 1, 3, 5, or 7; relative density: 4.93; melting pt: 113.5°C; boiling pt: 184.35°C
Etymology: 19th Century: from French iode, from Greek iōdēs rust-coloured, but taken to mean violet-coloured, through a mistaken derivation from ion violet

one /wʌn/ determiner
  1. single; lone; not two or more
  2. (as pronoun): one is enough for now, one at a time
  3. (in combination): one-eyed, one-legged
  4. distinct from all others; only; unique: one girl in a million
  5. (as pronoun): one of a kind
  6. a specified (person, item, etc) as distinct from another or others of its kind: raise one hand and then the other
  7. (as pronoun): which one is correct?
  8. a certain, indefinite, or unspecified (time); some: one day you'll be sorry
  9. informal
    an emphatic word for a, an1: it was one hell of a fight
  10. a certain (person): one Miss Jones was named
  11. in one, all in onecombined; united
  12. all oneall the same
  13. of no consequence: it's all one to me
  14. at one ⇒ (often followed by with) in a state of agreement or harmony
  15. be made one(of a man and a woman) to become married
  16. many a onemany people
  17. neither one thing nor the otherindefinite, undecided, or mixed
  18. never a onenone
  19. one and alleveryone, without exception
  20. one by oneone at a time; individually
  21. one or twoa few
  22. one way and anotheron balance
  23. one with anotheron average
  1. an indefinite person regarded as typical of every person: one can't say any more than that
  2. any indefinite person: used as the subject of a sentence to form an alternative grammatical construction to that of the passive voice: one can catch fine trout in this stream
  3. archaic an unspecified person: one came to him
  1. the smallest whole number and the first cardinal number; unity
  2. a numeral (1, I, i, etc) representing this number
  3. informal a joke or story (esp in the one about)
  4. something representing, represented by, or consisting of one unit
  5. Also called: one o'clock one hour after noon or midnight
  6. a blow or setback (esp in the phrase one in the eye for)
  7. the Holy One, the One aboveGod
  8. the Evil OneSatan; the devil
Related prefixes: mono-, uni-
Etymology: Old English ān, related to Old French ān, ēn, Old High German ein, Old Norse einn, Latin unus, Greek oinē ace

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