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Number of humps for a dromedary




  • the first and lowest whole number, being a cardinal number; unity.

  • a symbol of this number, as 1 or I.

  • a single person or thing:If only problems would come one at a time!

  • a die face or a domino face having one pip.

  • a one-dollar bill:to change a five-dollar bill for five ones.

  • One. Philosophy(in Neoplatonism) the ultimate reality, seen as a central source of being by whose emanations all entities, spiritual and corporeal, have their existence, the corporeal ones containing the fewest of the emanations.

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