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Unus. (M. Paul: Quaestionum Grammaticarum part. I. Deunusnominis numeralis apud priscos scriptores usu. Jena (diss.) 1884.) The colloquial use with the Superlative is frequent in Plautus (cf. Seyffert in Bursian's Jahresbericht, 1895, p. 293). Other notable uses are: Some find an anticipation of the Indefinite Article of the Romance languages in a line like Capt. 482dico unum ridiculum dictum de dictis melioribus.

Mille is a Neuter Noun, and takes the Genitive, e.g.

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