1560s, from French quintuple (15c.), from Late Latin quintuplex, from Latin quintus "fifth" (related to quinque "five;" from PIE root *penkwe- "five") on model of quadruple. Related: Quintuplicate.
1630s, from quintuple (adj.) or from French quintupler (v.). Related: Quintupled; quintupling.
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