uni-

prefix

Definition of uni-

:one :single
  • unicellular

Origin and Etymology of uni-

Latin, from unus — more at one


UNI- Defined for English Language Learners

uni-

prefix

Definition of uni- for English Language Learners

  • : one : single


UNI- Defined for Kids

uni-

prefix \ ˈyü-ni \

Definition of uni- for Students

:one :single

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