- Used to refer to one or some of a thing or number of things, no matter how much or how many.
- Used to indicate that no particular example of the thing or person referred to is being specified.
- Used to indicate a maximum or minimum amount.
- Used to indicate a question or conditional clause.
- Used to indicate a negative consequence.
Old english ǣnig, from ān 'one' + -ig 'having the quality of'.
- I don't have any plans tonight.
- I'll take any book you're finished reading.
- Any amount of exercise is better than none.
- If any of the guests arrives early, please let me know.
- I don't want any trouble.
Some random words: absorbency, roar, shrug