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As Christianity continued and debate raged about the actual meaning of its various stories, the sects proliferated. In 384 CE Epiphanus counted no less than 80 different forms of Christianity 2 .

, from Old English an (adjective, pronoun, noun) "one," from Proto-Germanic *ainaz (cf. Old Norse einn , Danish een , Old Frisian an , Dutch een , German ein , Gothic ains ), from PIE *oi-no- "one, unique" (cf. Greek oinos "ace (on dice);" Latin unus "one;" Old Persian aivam ; Old Church Slavonic -inu , ino- ; Lithuanian vienas ; Old Irish oin ; Breton un "one").

Originally pronounced as it still is in only , and in dialectal good 'un , young 'un , etc.; the now-standard pronunciation "wun" began . in southwest and west England (Tyndale, a Gloucester man, spells it won in his Bible translation), and it began to be general 18c. Use as indefinite pronoun influenced by unrelated French on and Latin homo .

One and only "sweetheart" is from 1906. One of those things "unpredictable occurrence" is from 1934. Slang one-arm bandit "a type of slot machine" is recorded by 1938. One-night stand is 1880 in performance sense; 1963 in sexual sense. One of the boys "ordinary amiable fellow" is from 1893. One-track mind is from 1927. Drinking expression one for the road is from 1950 (as a song title).


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