None definitions

nŭn
Not any.

Of none effect.

adjective
67
2
In no way; not at all.

None the worse for wear, none the wiser.

adverb
64
3
The fifth of the canonical hours; midafternoon prayer.
noun
61
2
Not one.

None of the books is interesting.

pronoun
59
1
No one; not anyone.

None of us is ready.

pronoun
56
1
Not at all.

He is none too ill.

adverb
52
1
No persons or things; not any.

Many letters were received but none were answered.

pronoun
52
1
Not any (of); no part; nothing.

I want none of it, none of the money is left.

pronoun
49
0
In no way.

The jeans looked none the better for having been washed.

adverb
49
1
No one; not one; nobody.

None dared to do it.

pronoun
46
1
Not any.

None of my classmates survived the war.

pronoun
43
0
No part; not any.

None of your business.

pronoun
40
1
The definition of none is an ancient way to means not any.

An example of none used as an adjective is in the phrase "Thou shalt go with none other men but your husband," which means no male friendships for wives except with her husband.

adjective
24
1
None is defined as not at all.

An example of none used as an adverb is in the phrase "none happy," which means not happy at all.

adverb
21
0
None means not one or any.

An example of none used as a pronoun is in the sentence, "None of them were ready to eat," which means that no one was ready to eat.

pronoun
18
0
To no extent, in no way. [from 11th c.]

I felt none the worse for my recent illness.

He was none too pleased with the delays in the program that was supposed to be his legacy.

adverb
5
0
A person without religious affiliation.
noun
5
0
anagrams
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0
Not any (one) of a given number or group of things. With singular or plural concord.
pronoun
2
0
(now archaic except Scotland) Not any; no.
determiner
2
0
Not at all. [from 13th c.]

Now don't you worry none.

adverb
2
0
Not any person: no one, nobody (with singular concord); no people (with plural concord).
pronoun
0
0
Obsolete form of no one.
pronoun
0
0

Origin of none

From Middle English none, noon, non (“not one"), from Old English nān (“not one, not any, none"), from ne (“not") + ān (“one"). Cognate with Scots nane (“none"), West Frisian neen & gjin (“no, none"), Dutch neen & geen (“no, none"), Low German nÄ“n, neen (“none, no one"), German nein & kein (“no, none"), Latin nōn (“not").