- oneness ► NOUN 1) the state of being unified, whole, or in harmony. 2) the state of being one in number.
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Oneness — may refer to: Divine simplicity, the belief that God is without parts Oneness (Carlos Santana album), a 1979 rock album Oneness (mathematics), a mathematical concept Oneness (metaphysics), a concept in philosophy Oneness (mysticism), union with… … Wikipedia
Oneness — One ness, n. The state of being one; singleness in number; individuality; unity. [1913 Webster] Our God is one, or rather very oneness. Hooker. [1913 Webster] … The Collaborative International Dictionary of English
oneness — index agreement (concurrence), concordance, conformity (agreement), entity, facsimile, identity ( … Law dictionary
oneness — (n.) 1590s, from ONE (Cf. one) + NESS (Cf. ness). A re formation of M.E. onnesse, which vanished by 13c … Etymology dictionary
oneness — [wun′nis] n. 1. singleness; unity 2. unity of mind, feeling, or purpose 3. sameness; identity … English World dictionary
oneness — one|ness [ˈwʌnnıs] n [U] a peaceful feeling of being part of a whole oneness with ▪ a sense of oneness with nature … Dictionary of contemporary English
oneness — /wun nis/, n. 1. the quality of being one; singleness. 2. uniqueness. 3. sameness; identity. 4. unity of thought, feeling, belief, aim, etc.; agreement; concord. 5. a strong feeling of closeness or affinity; union: He feels a oneness with God.… … Universalium
oneness — noun Date: circa 1555 the quality or state or fact of being one: as a. singleness b. integrity, wholeness c. harmony d. sameness, identity e. unity, union … New Collegiate Dictionary
oneness — noun a) State of being one or undivided; unity. b) The product of being one or undivided. See Also: one, only … Wiktionary
oneness — Synonyms and related words: accord, accordance, affinity, agape, agreement, allness, amity, assent, bill, bonds of harmony, bone, brotherly love, buck, caritas, cement of friendship, charity, chorus, coequality, coherence, coincidence,… … Moby Thesaurus