oi-no- / Indo-European roots

oi-no-

One, unique.

Derivatives include once, atone, union, universe, any.

I. Basic form *oi-no-.
1. a. a1, an1, once, one; alone, anon, atone, lone, lonely, none from Old English ān, one; b. eleven from Old English endleofan, eleven, from Germanic compound *ain-lif-, "one left (beyond ten)" eleven (*lif-, left over; see leikw-); c. einkorn, turnverein from Old High German ein, one. a-c all from Germanic *ainaz.
2. uni-, union, unite, unity; coadunate, triune, unanimous, unicorn, universe, ununhexium, ununpentium, ununquadium, ununtrium from Latin ūnus, one.
3. indricothere from Old Russian inŭ, one.
4. Latin nōn, not (< *ne-oinom, "not one thing"; see ne)
II. Suffixed form *oino-ko-. a. any from Old English ǣnig, one, anyone, from Germanic *ainigaz; b. unique from Latin ūnicus, sole, single; c. inch1, ounce1, uncial; quincunx from Latin ūncia, one twelfth of a unit..
III. Suffixed form *oino-lo- in Latin ūllus (see ne)

[Pokorny 3. D. e- 281.]



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