uni





The
ROOT-WORD is UNI. It comes from the Latin word meaning ONE. Smallest in number, it is greatest in idea, expressing itself in the ideal of UNIversality, ONENESS of the whole world.


1. Unicorn : UNI corn (yu’ ni korn) n.

A legendary creature with one horn


2. Uniface : UNI face (yu’ ni fase) n.

A design that appears only on one side


3. Unify : UNI fy (yu’ ni fie) v.

Make into one


4. Unification : UNI fication (yu ni fi kay’ shun) n.

The act of making into one


5. Unifoliate : UNI foliate (yu ni foe’ lee at) adj.

Bearing one leaf


6. Unilateral : UNI lateral (yu ni lat’ e ral) adj.

One-sided


7. Unique : UNI que (yu neke’) adj.

One of a kind; having go equal; as, unique in excellence


8. Unimanual : UNI manual (yu nu man’ yue al) adj.

Done with one hand


9. Union : UNI on (yu’ nyun) n.

The joining of many into one; as, a trade union


10. Uniparous : UNI parous (yu nip’ a rus) adj.

Producing one child or egg at a time


11. Unison : UNI son (yu’ ni son) n.

Singing all the parts in one pitch; the chorus sang in unison


12. Unitarianism : UNI tarianism (yu ni tar’ ee a niz um) n.

A belief in one god


13. Unity : UNI ty (yu’ nit ee) n.

Oneness; togetherness; harmony


14. Unanimous : UN animous (yu nan’ I mus) adj.

Having one opinion held by all; as, a unanimous vote


15. Universe : UNI verse (yu’ ni vers) n.

All parts of the world as one; the Cosmos


16. Universal : UNI versal (yu ni ver’ sal) adj.

Relating to the whole world


17. Universality : UNI versality (yu ni ver sal’ it ee) n.

The quality of appealing to the entire world


18. University : UNI versity (yu ni ver’ sit ee) n.

An institution of learning whose program includes all branches of knowledge


19. Unanimity : UN animity (yu na nim’ it ee) n.

The state or quality of agreement


20. Reunification : re UNI fication (re yu ni fi kay’ shun) n.

The state of being one again



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