Its object is the encouragement of temperate habits, and the enjoyment of "ane's ain fireside."
And he sat doun like ane wi' a fever, an' his teeth chittered in his heid.
Well, there's ane thing I'd be glad to hear o' frae your new doctor, an' that is no' to be gliffed by thunner an' lightin'.
The day you do weel there will be seven munes in the lift and ane on the midden.
Not while they own ane trireme oared an' rigged, Or a' those stacks an' stacks an' stacks O' siller.
Twa heads are better than ane, though they're but sheep's anes.
At these wordis, the Quene stood as it war amased, more then the quarter of ane hour.
Ye breed o' the tod's bairns, if ane be gude, they're a' gude.
ane Judas, or other (said he); but I know it is but my lyef that is sought: I regard it not.
Then the Accusatour stopped his mouth with ane other Article.
A saturated hydrocarbon: hexane.
A suffix used to form the names of saturated hydrocarbons, such as ethane. The suffix is shortened to -an- before other suffixes to indicate compounds derived from saturated hydrocarbons, as in ethanol.