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Old English

Alternative spellings

  • sex
  • syx

Etymology

Common Germanic, from Indo-European *seks, *sweks ‘six’. Cognate with Old High German sehs (German sechs), Old Saxon sehs (Dutch zes), Old Norse sex (Swedish sex), Gothic 𐍃𐌰𐌹𐌷𐍃; and, outside the Germanic languages, with Greek ἕξ, Latin sex, Old Irish (Irish ), Old Slavic šest’ (Russian шесть).

Pronunciation

ب

Numeral

siex

  1. (cardinal) six

Related terms

syxta

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