uni-, un-

(Latin: one, single; a word element for number 1)

university college students
university, college
university (yoo" nuh VUR si tee) (noun)
An educational institution that offers courses leading to a degree: such as, a bachelor's, master's, or doctoral degree and where research is done: "He completed his degree in law at the University of California."
college (KAHL ij) (noun)
1. An educational place in the United States where a person may go after high school and which offers courses leading to a degree; such as, a bachelor's degree or an associate's degree: "He decided first to go to a college to get his bachelor's degree and then to do research for his doctoral degree at the university."
2. A school that offers advanced training in a specified subject: "She was so talented in art that she decided to go to an arts college."

After his cousin finished high school, she had to decide to apply to the well known university which was in another city or to the fine arts program at the college in her town.

univocal (adjective), more univocal, most univocal
Relating to having only one meaning or interpretation and resulting in one conclusion: Grace was quite univocal and outspoken regarding the question of capital punishment; so, she always took part in demonstrations against this system and even wrote a column for her local newspaper encouraging politicians to ban this practice.
univoltine: silkworms
1. Of certain silkworms: producing one brood per annum.
2. There are multivoltines.

Some species produce one, two, three, four, six, or even eight broods per annum, and in the commercial world are distinguished as, univoltines, bivoltins, trivoltins, quadrivoltins, etc.

1. The eating of just one kind of food or eating just once a day.
2. A reference to a host-specific parasite.
univory (adjective)
Virtus Unita Fortior.
Strength united is stronger.

The motto on the national and civil flag of the principality of Andorra, an independent republic in the Pyrenees mountains, located between France and Spain. It is one of the world's oldest states.

Vis unita fortior.
Strength united is stronger.

Motto on the 1776 seal of the State of New Hampshire, USA.