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Wiktionary

Up to date as of January 15, 2010

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English

Etymology

From Latin ūnus (one)

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  1. (chemistry) Used in the systematic names of chemical elements, standing for a 1 in the atomic number
    unununium

Bosnian

Etymology

From Latin ūnus (one).

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  1. (chemistry) -un-

Croatian

Etymology

From Latin ūnus (one).

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  1. (chemistry) -un-

French

Etymology

From Latin ūnus (one).

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  1. (chemistry) -un-

Italian

Etymology

From Latin ūnus (one).

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  1. (chemistry) -un-

Portuguese

Etymology

From Latin ūnus (one).

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  1. (chemistry) -un-

Romanian

Etymology

From Latin ūnus (one).

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  1. (chemistry) -un-

Serbian

Etymology

From Latin ūnus (one).

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  1. (chemistry) -un-

Cyrillic spelling


Spanish

Etymology

From Latin ūnus (one).

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  1. (chemistry) -un-







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