PTS: Middle Length Sayings I, #1: Discourse on the Synopsis of Fundamentals, Horner, trans., pp 3.
WP: Middle Length Discourses of the Buddha: The Root of All Things, Bhikkhu Nanamoli and Bhikkhu Bodhi, trans., pp 83 Examining the Mulapariyaya - Analysis
The Root Sequence, Bhikkhu Thanissaro, translation of the Mulapariyaya
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Ekatta: [abstr. fr. eka] 1. unity D I.31. 2. loneliness, solitude, separation
Eka[Vedic eka, i.e. e+ka to Idg. *oi as in Av aeeva, Latin uunus, Goth. etc ains = E. one] 1. "one" as number, either with or without contrast to two or more; often also "single" opp. to naanaa various, many.
In reference to the Mulapariyaya this is speaking about the extreme view: "All is One" or "All is a Unity". "I am everything, and Everything is Me," "God is One", etc.