UNIAT, [=u]'ni-at, _n._ a member of any community of Oriental Christians that acknowledges the papal supremacy, all else--clerical matrimony, communion in both kinds, church discipline, rites, and liturgy--being allowed to remain Greek.--Also U'NI[=A]TE. The Uniats are also called _United Greeks_.
UNIAURICULATE, [=u]-ni-aw-rik'[=u]-l[=a]t, _adj._ having a single ear-like process, as a bivalve-shell.
UNIAXIAL, [=u]-ni-ak'si-al, _adj._ having a single axis or line of growth--also UNIAX'AL.--_adv._ UNIAX'IALLY.
UNIBASAL, [=u]-ni-b[=a]'sal, _adj._ having but one basal.
UNIBLE, [=u]'ni-bl, _adj._ capable of being unified.
UNIBRANCHIATE, [=u]-ni-brang'ki-[=a]t, _adj._ having only one gill.
UNICAMERAL, [=u]-ni-kam'e-ral, _adj._ consisting of but one chamber, of a legislative body.
UNICAMERATE, [=u]-ni-kam'e-r[=a]t, _adj._ having one chamber or loculus, unilocular.
UNICAPSULAR, [=u]-ni-kap's[=u]-lar, _adj._ having but one capsule to each flower.
UNICARINATE, -D, [=u]-ni-kar'i-n[=a]t, -ed, _adj._ with but one keel.
UNICELLULAR, [=u]-ni-sel'[=u]-lar, _adj._ having but one cell.
UNICENTRAL, [=u]-ni-sen'tral, _adj._ having a single centre of growth.
UNICILIATE, [=u]-ni-sil'i-[=a]t, _adj._ with one cilium.
UNICITY, [=u]-nis'i-ti, _n._ state of being unique, sameness.
UNICLINAL, [=u]-ni-kl[=i]'nal, _adj._ monoclinal.
UNICOLOUR, [=u]-ni-kul'ur, _adj._ having but one colour.--_adjs._ UNICOL'OURATE, UNICOL'OURED.
UNICORN, [=u]'ni-korn, _n._ a fabulous animal mentioned by ancient Greek and Roman authors as a native of INDIA, with a body like that of a horse and one straight horn on the forehead: (_B._) an unfortunate translation of the Hebrew _reem_, Assyr. _rimu_, anticipated by the _monoker[=o]s_ of the Septuagint--variously understood as the rhinoceros, the urus, the wild ox, ox-antelope. [L. _unus_, one, _cornu_, a horn.]
UNICOSTATE, [=u]-ni-kos't[=a]t, _adj._ one-ribbed, having but one principal costa, rib, or nervure.
UNICOTYLEDONOUS, [=u]-ni-kot-i-l[=e]'don-us, _adj._ monocotyledonous.
UNICURSAL, [=u]-ni-kur'sal, _adj._ on one path of a moving element.
UNICUSPID, [=u]-ni-kus'pid, _adj._ having but one cusp, as an incisor or canine tooth.--Also UNICUS'PIDATE.
UNICYCLE, [=u]-ni-s[=i]'kl, _n._ an acrobat's cycle having but one wheel.
UNIDEAED, un-[=i]-d[=e]'ad, _adj._ without ideas, thoughtless.
UNIDEAL, un-[=i]-d[=e]'al, _adj._ not ideal, realistic, prosaic.--_n._ UNID[=E]'ALISM.
UNIDENTATE, [=u]-ni-den't[=a]t, _adj._ having but one tooth.--_adj._ UNIDENTIC'ULATE, having but one denticle.
UNIDIGITATE, [=u]-ni-dij'i-t[=a]t, _adj._ having a single functional digit.
UNIDIOMATIC, un-id-i-o-mat'ik, _adj._ not according to the idiom of a language.
UNIFACIAL, [=u]-ni-f[=a]'shal, _adj._ having but one face or front surface, as a coral.
UNIFARIOUS, [=u]-ni-f[=a]'ri-us, _adj._ with the parts arranged in one rank, uniserial.
UNIFLOROUS, [=u]-ni-fl[=o]'rus, _adj._ one-flowered.
UNIFOIL, [=u]'ni-foil, _adj._ bearing only a single leaf.--_n._ a single leaf.--_adjs._ UNIF[=O]'LIATE, having a single leaflet, unifoliar; UNIF[=O]'LIAR, UNIF[=O]'LIOL[=A]TE, having a single leaflet, but compound in structure.
UNIFORM, [=u]'ni-form, _adj._ having one or the same form: having always the same manner or character: consistent with itself: agreeing with another.--_n._ a dress or livery of the same kind for persons who belong to the same body, as of a soldier.--_v.t._ U'NIFORMISE, to make uniform.--_adj._ UNIFORMIT[=A]'RIAN.--_ns._ UNIFORMIT[=A]'RIANISM, the doctrine in geology of Sir Charles Lyell (1797-1875), that the present is the type of all preceding ages, so far as these are revealed by the fossiliferous strata; UNIFORM'ITY, state of being uniform: agreement with a pattern or rule: sameness: likeness between the parts of a whole.--_adv._ U'NIFORMLY.--_n._ U'NIFORMNESS.--ACT OF UNIFORMITY, an intolerant measure passed in 1662, by which a number of clergymen, variously stated at from 800 to 2000, were driven out of the English national church.
UNIFY, [=u]'ni-f[=i], _v.t._ to make into one.--_adjs._ U'NIF[=I]ABLE, capable of being made one; UNIF'IC, making one.--_ns._ UNIFIC[=A]'TION; U'NIF[=I]ER. [L. _unus_, one, _fac[)e]re_, to make.]
UNIGENITAL, [=u]-ni-jen'i-tal, _adj._ only-begotten.--_ns._ UNIGEN'ITURE, the state of being the only begotten; UNIGEN'ITUS, the name of the famous obscurantist bull issued by Clement XI. in 1713, at the instance of the JESUITS, in condemnation of the Jansenist Quesnel's admirable annotations on the New Testament.
UNIGENOUS, [=u]-nij'e-nus, _adj._ homogeneous.
UNIGLOBULAR, [=u]-ni-glob'[=u]-lar, _adj._ consisting of a single globe or globular part.
UNIJUGATE, [=u]-ni-j[=oo]'g[=a]t, _adj._ having one pair of leaflets--of a pinnate leaf.
UNILABIATE, [=u]-ni-l[=a]'bi-[=a]t, _adj._ having one lip or labium.
UNILAMINAR, [=u]-ni-lam'i-nar, _adj._ having one lamina.
UNILATERAL, [=u]-ni-lat'e-ral, _adj._ one-sided.--_n._ UNILATERAL'ITY.--_adv._ UNILAT'ERALLY.
UNILITERAL, [=u]-ni-lit'e-ral, _adj._ consisting of one letter only.
UNILLUMED, un-i-l[=u]md', _adj._ not illumed.--_adj._ UNILL[=U]'MINATED.
UNILLUSORY, un-i-l[=u]'s[=o]-ri, _adj._ not producing an illusion.
UNILOBED, [=u]'ni-l[=o]bd, _adj._ having but one lobe.--Also U'NILOBAR.
UNILOCULAR, [=u]-ni-lok'[=u]-lar, _adj._ having but one loculus or cavity, as the heart of an amphioxus.
UNIMAGINABLE, un-i-maj'i-na-bl, _adj._ not imaginable, inconceivable.--_n._ UNIMAG'INABLENESS.--_adv._ UNIMAG'INABLY.--_adj._ UNIMAG'IN[=A]TIVE, not imaginative, prosaic.--_n._ UNIMAG'IN[=A]TIVENESS.--_adj._ UNIMAG'INED, not imagined.
UNIMPAIRED, un-im-p[=a]rd', _adj._ not impaired.
UNIMPASSIONED, un-im-pash'und, _adj._ not impassioned, calm, tranquil.
UNIMPEACHABLE, un-im-p[=e]'cha-bl, _adj._ not to be impeached: not liable to be accused: free from fault: blameless.--_ns._ UNIMPEACHABIL'ITY, UNIMPEACH'ABLENESS.--_adv._ UNIMPEACH'ABLY.--_adj._ UNIMPEACHED', not impeached.
UNIMPLORED, un-im-pl[=o]rd', _adj._ not implored or besought.