# ener

## Danish

### Etymology 1

From en (one) +‎ -er.

#### Pronunciation

• IPA(key): /eːnər/, [ˈeːˀnɐ]

#### Noun

ener c (singular definite eneren, plural indefinite enere)

1. one of a kind, oner (an extraordinary individual)
2. loner, lone wolf (one who lacks or avoids company)
3. one (person or thing that is number one in a system, e.g.bus #1)
4. first decade in a century
5. rowing boat for one person, e.g. single scull
6. (games) A die roll of one.
Du slog en ener!
You rolled a one!
• 2009, Pernille Pind, Matematik for Alle - Håndbog i matematikundervisning, Pernille Pind ISBN 9788792435002, page 300
Sandsynlighederne for en”enten-eller”-hændelse adderes og sandsynlighederne for en”både-og”-hændelse multipliceres. Med den falske terning er sandsynligheden for at slå en ener eller en sekser P(1 eller 6)=31%+29%=60%.
The probabilities of an ”either-or”-event are added and the probabilities of a ”both”-event are multiplied. With the fake die, the probability of rolling a one or a six P(1 or 6)=31%+29%=60%.

### Etymology 2

See ene (juniper).

#### Pronunciation

• IPA(key): /eːnər/, [ˈeːnɐ]

ener c