ane ane  /ˈeɪn/


  • (adj) used of a single unit or thing; not two or more


i, one


  1. The male in this case is the son of one of France's most historic housesLe Comte Boni de Castel-ane.
  2. With the exception of one or two semantic twisters, I think it is a first-rate jobdefinitely ept, ane and ert.


  • People,Places and Things

    LONDON - "Pride and Prejudice" novelist Jane Austen looks set to replace Charles Darwin as the face on Britain's 10-pound note.
    on June 26, 2013     Source: Worcester Telegram & Gazette


  1. While addressing a press conference after singing MOU with Gujarat government for Nano car plant, Tata group Chairman Ratan Tata said "Aapde ahiya na chiye ane aapde ahiya paachaa aavya (We belong here and so we have come back here)".
    on Oct 7, 2008 By: Ratan Tata Source: DeshGujarat

  2. "A suit[5]ane looks like a doll wearing a one-piece romper enclosing all five limbs: two legs, two arms, and the head," explains J. Fraser Stoddart, a pioneer of supramolecular chemistry.
    on Sep 25, 2006 By: J Fraser Stoddart Source:

  3. "I said at Birmingham that it should be somebody born ane bred in Birmingham who owns the club but nobody was interested at the time," Sullivan said. "I think it is nice when local people own or part own the local club. I'm not the king of...
    on Jan 20, 2010 By: David Sullivan Source: Reuters South Africa (blog)

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