English Words of (Unexpected) Greek Origin.

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Etymology of unique

Posted by Johannes on 10 December 2011

The word unique (single, solitary) comes from the French unique, from the Latin unicus (single, sole), from unus (one), from the Greek oenos (one). See also “Etymology of one” here.

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