Often pronounced "wan"; a person of the female sex. Usually qualified, e.g. "young one", " oul' one".Note the use of the article: " young one" or " An oul' one" can refer to any young or old female of the speaker's acquaintance, but " the young one" refers to the speaker's girlfriend or daughter, while " the oul' one" refers to his wife or his or her mother. (This is a common feature of Irish speech, using "the" rather than a possessive pronoun like "my" or "your". "How's the brother?" "He's grand, but the sister has me tormented.") See fella.
"One" is a song performed by thrash metal band Metallica. One of Metallica's most famous songs, "One" appeared as the fourth track of, and was released as the second single from, the band's successful 1988 album ...And Justice For All.
One is an episode of Star Trek Voyager, the 25th and penultimate episode of the fourth season. The episode was based on a premise by Jim Swallow, based on an invitation to pitch after he submitted a spec script.
One is the fourth album in the Youth Alive series by the Hillsong Church.
"One" is the third single from U2's 1991 album, Achtung Baby, and was released in 1992. It is considered one of the greatest U2 songs. In 2006, it was voted as having Britain's Best Lyric, as voted by the public of the United Kingdom.
One is the second album by British house music trio Dirty Vegas, released 18 October 2004 in the UK (see 2004 in British music).
"One" is the first episode of the television series Law & Order: Criminal Intent.
One is a progressive rock album by Neal Morse. Released in 2004, this was released as both a single-CD album and a special edition double-CD with deleted tracks and cover songs.
One is a song composed by the rock band Creed. It is off their 1997 album My Own Prison. This song is about unity.
ONE is a mini-album by Angela Aki. The entire album is in Japanese except for the song "Warning". For a Japanese Indie release, the album was a great success.
One is the Bee Gees' sixteenth studio album, released in April 1989 (in the United States the release was delayed, coming out in August of the same year). After the European success of the previous album, E.S.P., the Gibb brothers began to work in the One album in early 1988. In March, brother Andy suddenly died and the Bee Gees took a break until August when they returned to the studio to complete the album.
One (Hellbound) is the debut release from Indianapolis thrash band Demiricous. It was released through Metal Blade Records in 2006.
One is a personal pronoun in the English language. It is a gender neutral, third person singular pronoun, commonly used in English prose. It is equivalent to the French pronoun on (upon which it may be modeled), or the German man.
One is an album by American country music artists George Jones and Tammy Wynette. This album was released on June 20, 1995 on the MCA Nashville Records label. It was Jones and Wynette's first album together in 15 years; it would also turn out to be their last album together.
One is an Austrian mobile network operator. It started it's business in 1998 as owner of the third GSM license of the country, and the first provider operating in the GSM 1800 band. Since 2004 One successfully applied for a UMTS-License and offers since 2005 also UMTS Services.
One is the debut album by the American hip hop band, Crown City Rockers.
ONE is the debut album by American Alternative hip-hop group Me Phi Me, released on February 18, 1992 (see 1992 in music) by RCA Records. Generally considered the first folk-rap album, ONE was a critics darling in the United States, United Kingdom, Europe and Scandinavia, though sales were limited. A fusion of acoustic guitars, spacey synthesizers, and live funk beats, the album established the Me Phi Me Fraternity as one of the more progressive hip-hop artists of all time.
Japanese adult dating sim and visual novel, developed by Tactics, a brand of the joint company NEXTON, and released on May 26 1998.