One; alone; single
A diet confined to one type of food.
A salt lake in east central California, near the Nevada border, noted for its rock exposed formations that occurred when local waters were diverted to the Los Angeles area
An aerial ropeway in which a single loop of cable or rope is used to support and move loads.
Consisting of, belonging to, or relating to, a single ethnic group.
A writer or performer of monodramas.
In Japanese art, literary criticism, etc.: a capacity to be, or the experience of being, deeply and spontaneously moved by various poignant manifestations of nature, including human nature; especially a sense of pathos arising from intense awareness of the impermanence of earthly things.
A Japanese scroll containing a narrative, usually in pictures and with explanatory writing, designed to be examined progressively from right to left as it is unrolled.
A pair of eyebrows that meet above the nose, giving the appearance of a single eyebrow
A cultivated crop that does not rotate with other crops in a particular field or area
A boat with only one hull, as opposed to a catamaran or multihull
Either of two isomeric glycerides (C21H40O4) of oleic acid that contain one oleic acid radical.
In terms of a single cause
The cultivation of a single crop in a given area
Relating to or consisting of only one species
(Of an organic compound, especially a fat) saturated except for one multiple bond