1. Qui n'est pas marié.
2. Qui s'abstient de relations sexuelles.
3. Personne qui n'est pas mariée.
4. Personne qui s'abstient de relations sexuelles.
ETYM Latin singulus, a dim. from the root in simplex simple; cf. Old Eng. and Old Fren. sengle, from Latin singulus. See Simple, Singular.
(Botany; of flowers) Having usually only one row or whorl of petals.
1. Existing alone or consisting of one entity or part or aspect or individual.
2. Having uniform application.
3. Involved two individuals.
4. Not divided among or brought to bear on more than one object or objective; SYN. undivided, exclusive.
Not married or related to the unmarried status SYN. single, unattached, bachelor.
Sinonimi: unmarried man
ETYM Old Fren. bacheler young man, French bachelier (cf. Pr. bacalar, Spanish bachiller, Portu. bacharel, Italian baccalare), Late Lat. baccalarius the tenant of a kind of farm.
A man who has never been married; SYN. unmarried man.
1. A young knight who follows the banner of another.
2. A person who has received what is usually the lowest degree conferred by a 4-year college, university, or professional school ; also; the degree itself.
3. An unmarried man; A male animal (as a fur seal) without a mate during breeding time.
ETYM Latin aelibatus, from caelebs unmarried, single.
An unmarried person who has taken a religious vow of chastity.