Being a unit, or one only; single.Separate or apart from others; alone.Pertaining to solitude, or separation from others; concerned with or involving solitude.Pertaining to one person or thing; individual; also, pertaining to individual persons or things; in logic, not general; being only in one place at one time.In grammar, denoting or relating to one person or thing: as, the singular number: opposed to dual and plural. Abbreviated singularHaving no duplicate or parallel; unmatched; unexampled; unique; being the only one of its kind.Out of the usual course; unusual; uncommon; somewhat strange; a little extraordinary: as, a singular phenomenon.Hence Of more than average value, worth, importance, or eminence; remarkable; fine; choice; precious; highly esteemed.Not complying with common usage or expectation; hence, eccentric; peculiar; odd: as, he was very singular in his behavior.In mathematics, exceptional.Synonyms and Unwonted, exceptional, unparalleled.Strange, Odd, etc. See eccentric.n. That which is singular, in any sense of the word; that which is alone, separate, individual, unique, rare, or peculiar. See singular, a.n. In grammar, the singular number.n. In hunting, a company or pack: said of boars.n. In logic, that which is not general, but has real reactions with other things.