Etymology
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sextuple (adj.)

"sixfold, six times as much," 1620s, ultimately from Latin sextus "sixth" (from sex "six;" see six) + -plus "more; -fold" (see -plus). Compare French sextuple, Spanish sextuplo, Italian sestuplo. As a verb, "multiply by six," from 1630s.

updated on July 12, 2022

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Definitions of sextuple from WordNet

sextuple (adj.)
having six units or components;
Synonyms: sixfold / six-fold
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