AN'Y, adjective en'ny.
1. One indefinitely.
Nor knoweth any man the Father, save the Son. Math. 11.
If a soul shall sin against any of the commandments.
2. Some; an indefinite number, plurally; for though the word is formed from one, it often refers to many. Are there any witnesses present? The sense seems to be a small, uncertain number.
3. Some; an indefinite quantity; a small portion.
Who will show us any good? Psalms 4:6.
4. It is often used as a substitute, the person or thing being understood.
And when ye stand praying, forgive, if ye have aught against any Mark 11:3.
If any lack wisdom, let him ask it of God. James 1:5.
It is used in opposition to none. Have you any wheat to sell? I have none.