Unus is "one".
Unus the Untouchable was created in 1964.
"The whole is one; the one is whole."
CONJECTVS VNVS, NEX VNVS or in a modern representation: CONJECTUS UNUS, NEX UNUS
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it means one
It's actually two or three words: viginti unus, viginti et unus, and unus et viginti all occur. Unus changes form to agree with the things you're counting: feminine viginti una; neuter viginti unum.
One is the English equivalent of 'unus'. It also may be translated as a, an. Another of its indefinite uses is in its translation as anyone, someone.
One = Unus